Scheme publishes forecasts for the 2019/20 levies, with over half of companies paying less than £50.
The regulator made a £25.4m surplus but struggled to appropriately remunerate female and ethnic minority employees.
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Trade body calls for input from members as it gears up to respond to the government.
The digital code of ethics is the latest modernisation measure at the body.
Regulator says the unrated Danish provider has a solvency ratio of 105% after assessment.
Fraudsters have been trying to trick consumers by using UK General's name.
She will take on the post on 1 August.
The CMA had recommended price caps, as regulators propose solutions to the 'loyalty penalty', but the ratings agency suggests it could destabilise the market.
Following the warning Lloyd's has revealed advisory committees designed to tackle diversity and inclusion featuring sector leaders such as Zurich's, Amanda Blanc, and the CII's, Sian Fisher, have been set up.
The regulator has published a fresh response to the CMA.
The government referenced a 2017 study into digital comparison tools by the CMA.
The government is set to give the Competition & Markets Authority power to bypass the courts and fine firms that exploit loyalty.
Broker boss wants IPT to become VAT as the industry responds to HMRC's consultation into how the IPT operates.
Wentworth Insurance Brokers has been cloned by fraudsters.
The Insurance Age team examine the most read stories for the week commencing 3 June 2019.
The Society of Insurance Broking has developed the guide which outlines regulatory rules.
The deadline has been revised after originally being set for 28 March 2019.
DAC Beachcroft said analysis of FCA studies found that firms do not have sufficient focus on customers.
List includes payment protection specialist British Insurance which was bought by Towergate in 2008, but stopped trading in 2011.
The amount is £16m more than the organisation forecast it would be back in January and relates partly to “continuing costs in some historic insurance failures”.
The Danish regulator has told Gefion to restate its 2017 results and half-year report for 2018 but Gefion insists the business is healthy.
A survey by Go Compare show half of the drivers surveyed felt it should be illegal for insurers to reserve best prices for new customers.
The regulator published a feedback statement which revealed most respondents believe there needs to be change to better protect financial services customers.