The names, addresses, and telephone numbers of certain FCA complainants were publicly available between November 2019 and February 2020.
Customers told to check the validity of their policy with their insurer.
The Insurance Age team talk about the top stories for the week.
The regulator examined several areas of potential harm in its annual review of the general insurance sector.
There will be no change to EEA firms 'passporting' into the UK from tomorrow (31 January), but the temporary permissions regime will be used if the UK and EU fail to sign an agreement by 31 December 2020.
A recent letter from the regulator could indicate that it wants to widen its remit to include diversity and inclusion. Should brokers be worried? Martin Friel reports.
The insurer contacted thousands of customers mistakenly calling them ‘Michael’ - reports.
Nick Wilcox and Rolleen McDonnell of law firm BDBF examine where brokers may fall foul of the latest regulation to hit intermediaries.
The GFSC has also restructured its management team to be “flatter, wider and more inclusive”.
Current incumbent Andrew Bailey joins the Bank of England as governor on 16 March.
As Biba focuses on improving access to insurance in its manifesto, commissioning editor Laurence Eastham considers where changes will occur in 2020.
Manifesto includes 37 commitments and 29 calls for action across nine key areas including regulation, broking challenges, Brexit, and transport.
Government body welcomes the FCA's proposition to ban dual pricing as it publishes update a year on from the Citizens Advice super-complaint.
InsurTech will be able to access the financial data of consenting customers.
Expected broker levy rose to £23m for 2020/21 after spike in PPI complaints.
Organisation says indicative levy for general insurance distribution is £23m and publishes Plan and Budget for the next financial year as total levy goes up by £87m.
The Danish regulator says the unrated provider has “serious liquidity problems” as Gefion says it is in progressed discussions with potential capacity providers.
Industry veteran Michael Sicsic partners with Governor Software to help brokers and insurers digitalise key compliance processes in a changing regulatory environment.
Gefion has disagreed with the decision, as the regulator points to issues with one of the provider's reinsurance contracts.
The watchdog wants to use automation to deepen understanding of markets but has been warned against developing an over-simplified view of the market.
Not addressing non-financial misconduct may lead managers to fail the SM&CR.
The Danish provider has complied with the order from a regulator to have liquid assets of at least €5m by the end of 2019, after further investment from shareholders.
Alison Whittington, head of housing at Zurich, discusses the hazards of modern properties and how insurers are getting involved.
PRA has laid down new rules after the Society of Lloyd’s disclosed that it had not maintained an anonymous whistleblowing channel for 16 months.