First time the body has requested market input in this way.
Justice Committee “troubled” by the reliability of insurer fraud data ahead of secondary legislation on personal injury reform.
The decision means insurers will not have to issue ‘Green Cards’ when motorists wish to drive in EU member states after Brexit.
The regulator spoke at a panel session on how customers are at the heart of the broker business at the Biba conference.
The City watchdog will report on its investigation into dual pricing in the autumn, a conference heard.
Conference address sees Biba commit to innovation and address the weight of regulation for the UK broker community.
Broker ran the business out of UK and Norway.
Emmanuel Kenning shares his thoughts after the launch of the ABI and Biba initiative.
Biba encourages brokers to help solve the dual pricing problem.
Only 47% of brokers surveyed believe the new regime will improve protection for customers, according to research by Ecclesiastical.
Biba head of compliance and training David Sparkes welcomes the delay and urges the FCA to publish its final rules.
If brokers can’t get renewal transparency right, what else are they getting wrong? Branko Bjelobaba asks
Watchdog says plans supported on compensation limits and funding classes but respondents outlined concerns over proposed clampdown over how investment firms buy PI cover.
FCA is undertaking diagnostic work to check pricing practices work well for customers
The new rules coming into force later this month will have far-reaching impacts on brokers, says Vincent Rezzouk-Hammachi
The regulator warned about fraudsters using details of authorised companies to scam customers.
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The insurer is working with DAC Beachcroft to provide a helpline to Beazley Breach Response policyholders.
Data shows drivers and homeowners who switch provider could save up to £100 a year as analysts say new rules are encouraging customers to shop around.
The Danish guarantee fund has posed a legal challenge to both firms which were linked to Gable before it went bust in 2016.
Regulator details the need for firms to "further improve both competition and their standards of treatment for existing customers" in its Business Plan for 2018/19.
Regulator increases annual funding requirement by 3.2% to £543.9m.
Regulator pledges focus on EU withdrawal and promises to publish interim findings on wholesale broking and current work on the value of the distribution chain.
Ida Axling and Emmanuel Kenning look behind the headlines.