The Insurance Age team discuss the top five stories from the past week featuring fines, the FCA, Ardonagh and Reich.
The CMA has provisionally found that the aggregator is preventing customers from getting better home deals through use of its ‘most favoured nation clauses’.
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LV’s Mike Crane stresses that recent regulatory focus is not all bad news for the enterprising broker.
The Times has reported that PM Theresa May has reached an agreement with the EU.
Chris Woolard on why the regulator felt it had to act.
Biba and the ABI welcome the FCA's move, agreeing with the regulator that the market needs to work as well as possible for all customers.
Regulator points to guiding principles from Biba and the ABI published in May this year.
Andrew Bailey sends pricing practices warning.
Chief executive highlights it will consider “all possible remedies” to make the market work for consumers.
The Insurance Fraud Bureau and The AA have warned of a sharp rise in fraudsters focusing on victims via sites like Twitter and Facebook.
Insurer no longer sells mobile phone insurance to new customers.
Watchdog hits insurer for failures in its oversight of mobile phone insurance claims and complaints handling.
FCA says number of complaints about financial services firms reached 4.13 million with PPI top of the list.
Increase a “wake up call” for businesses says law firm RPC.
Regulator tells public to be “especially wary” of dealing with Youcompareinsurance.
Jo Chatterton of Fox Williams unpicks some of the staff management difficulties arising as a result of the regime.
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.
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