Insurers most at risk from FCA pricing review named by analyst

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Firms such Direct Line, RSA and Saga are set to be disproportionately affected by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) pricing review, analyst firm Peel Hunt has stated.

In an industry report published today (22 October), analysts explained that brokers and insurers concentrating in home insurance will be those hardest hit by any moves by the regulator to reduce the ‘dual pricing’ gap between new and existing policies.

This is due to the margin of dual pricing being largest in home insurance

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