Regulation

Ian Ritchie.

Sadly, the IBRC is to be abolished. So, let's now look to the future and get the most out of self-regulation.

David Worsfold.

The 150-page Financial Services and Markets Bill leaves many issues unresolved, not least the gap left by the scrapping of the Policyholders Protection Board.

Divided we fall.

If the Treasury thought that announcing the repeal of the Insurance Brokers Act 1977 and the aboliti...

David Worsfold.

The Financial Services Reform Bill is arousing great speculation and there is strong cross-party consensus about what lies ahead.

Tony Cornell.

All sides of the industry should work together to educate banks and accountants that goodwill is a real asset in insurance broking.

A waiting game.

By the end of this month, the Treasury should have made a statement about the future of the Insuranc...

David Gamble.

Clear thinking is required over the remuneration of brokers and intermediaries. A new code and an independent regulator with real powers must be the way forward.

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