Chief executive Steve White pledged to use the surplus to benefit Biba members.
The organisations were invited to discuss Brexit preparedness with Michael Gove at a meeting which assumed No Deal.
Move reflects the extension of Article 50 and guidance remains the same despite the timeline change.
Director general of the ABI, Huw Evans hopes that Johnson will implement an orderly Brexit and aid the industry by “improving the competitiveness of our tax and regulatory environment.”
The regulator made a £25.4m surplus but struggled to appropriately remunerate female and ethnic minority employees.
Rising expenses counteracted an increase in turnover.
Group MD discusses future deals and explains why the consolidator does not see Brexit as a reason to expand outside of the UK.
A survey by the organisations points toward M&A activity as the source of such positivity.
EY says Brexit preparations have slowed after the deadline for the UK to leave the EU was extended.
The deadline has been revised after originally being set for 28 March 2019.
The business underwent a restructure in 2018 in preparation for the UK’s exit from the EU.
Firm looking for further investment but has no plans to stop working with Carlyle Group.
Rules have been approved by the Treasury and will come into force on exit day if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.
New research by Premium Credit reveals the insurance intermediary market anticipates consumers will use credit more this year when buying insurance.
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Regulator calls on financial services market to submit applications before 28 March.
The organisation has estimated that £1trn worth of financial services business across 23 companies has left the UK for the EU.
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Economist Vicky Pryce also shared some insight around how the economy could perform following Brexit.
As the uncertainty over Theresa May’s withdrawal agreement drags on, many brokers have made moves to try to offset any changes to rules governing trade with European Union countries
Regulator clarifies rules around Gibraltar-based firms.
The regulator has issued the information for companies to use in the event of hard or soft Brexit and urged brokers to act “without delay”.
Huw Evans described it as an act of economic and social self-harm and outlined potential damage to the insurance sector.