The Civil Liability Bill has passed through the House of Commons as the AA says it will reduce premiums for drivers but lawyers lament the move.
The regulator said advertising featuring the actor had increased consumer understanding of PPI and led to 3.7m complaints being made.
The regulator advised on fraudsters using details of authorised companies to scam customers.
Unicominsurance.net appears to have been taken down.
Regulator also consulting on raising maximum compensation limit to £350,000.
Experts respond to the Citizens Advice super complaint.
Ringing the changes: Is insurance facing the same old problems? Clare Ryder revisits the market
The Information Commissioner’s Office punishes the provider after customer data ended up for sale on the dark web.
Insurance Age's news editor and reporter discuss the top stories for the week commencing 24 September.
Car insurance fraudsters targeting people in the UK in online scam.
Only 8% of brokers say they “know everything they need to know” ahead of new legislation coming in on 1 October.
Martin Bridges becomes corporate affairs manager with Shaune Worrall recruited as technical services manager.
Nick Garner, of Financial and Legal Insurance, examines the FCA guidance on due diligence and argues that non-UK domiciled providers are not monitored with the rigour they should be.
Organisation declared six financial firms in default in August 2018.
The genuine authorised firm does not sell to the public through the brand.
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Another Alpha would hit UK insurers but policyholders would still be compensated.
Regulator planning further work to check brokers are taking appropriate action.
Insurance Premium Tax haul exceeded expectations due to growth of new insurable threats.
John Radford’s £468,600 fine also confirmed.
Mills will be responsible for delivering ongoing wholesale insurance broker study.
Tony Tarquini of Pegasystems shares his view on how AI is changing insurance as well as the opportunities and potential pitfalls for brokers.
Experts say contract continuity is key concern as no deal scenario is described as "unthinkable" by the insurance sector.
The FSCS will step in to help consumers affected by the collapse of the broker which went into administration last year.