The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has delayed the publication date of its interim report on general insurance pricing practices from summer 2019 to this October.
An FCA spokesperson commented: “The work remains a priority for the FCA”.
The regulator is investigating how insurers charge home and motor customers in a study that was launched last October. The previous month, the FCA had promised to look at pricing practices used by general insurance in these areas of cover.
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