Insurance Age’s largest broker survey will reveal average commission levels, broker opinion on consolidation and unrated insurers, and brokers' 2020 strategies.
Panel session argues that broker remuneration is not high on the agenda for clients.
UK brokers did not know what the rules would look like until January this year
Concern over commission creep: Climbing commission could push premiums ever higher says Tony Cornell, but what can brokers or insurers do to stop it?
Low growth in the insurance industry plus Brexit means brokers depend even more on commissions.
Brokers call for “ultra-transparency” as ABI questions current market approaches
CEO Axa UK & Ireland responds to comments from the ABI.
James Dalton says it is only a matter of time before the FCA starts asking questions about the transparency of broker commission.
Winning customers’ trust and meeting their expectations goes much further than getting levels of commission right, explains Amanda Blanc
The insurance industry has found itself under attack again over transparency on costs and fees.
Association says industry already transparent.
Amanda Blanc has called for a wide reaching industry debate on the issue of commission disclosure.
Axa commercial lines and personal intermediary CEO says she is expecting 'brickbats' for her views
Branko Bjelobaba, principal at Branko Limited, joins Insurance Age’s Caitlin Morrison for the latest edition of What The Papers Say.
Few clients are interested in commission disclosure, however, the issue of preferential treatment for brokers that produce the most business for insurers could soon face regulatory scrutiny.
A leading law firm has warned firms to be "extremely careful" in designing sales incentives following the guidance issued by the Financial Services Authority (FSA).
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has published final guidance in a move to help firms avoid creating and running incentive schemes that "drive mis-selling".
It’s been a busy and a tough year for many brokers, but the industry has risen to the challenges and is ready to face big changes on the horizon for next year. Edward Murray reports
Since the Conservative-led Coalition came to power the focus has been on reducing the deficit. It is the prism through which every political decision has been refracted.
Peter Blanc, chief executive officer at Oval, has warned that brokers should expect full transparency on commissions within five years.
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has outlined the research behind its decision to open a consultation on sales incentive schemes in the financial services industry.
Martin Wheatley, chief executive officer designate of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), has confirmed that he wants to see an end to mis-selling created by sales incentives.
Commission payments on all financial products are to be severely curtailed by the new financial regulator.
As mandatory commission disclosure rears its head again, Tony Cornell asks what effect it could have on the general insurance market