The British Insurers Brokers’ Association has sent a letter to members of the government, setting out their member’s opinions on what should be considered as the UK heads towards exiting the European Union.
Industry-wide turnover for personal injury CMCs has dropped 44% to £215m from £310m last year, as the industry continues to shrink as a result of government regulation.
Young drivers should be given a tax break on their motor insurance if they take out a telematics policy.
The provisional liquidator of Gibraltar-based Enterprise Insurance Company has warned that it is uncertain the business has enough assets to pay claims.
Insurance Europe has questioned the ability of a services passport to ensure that a service provider is able to satisfy cross-border insurance obligations, in response to a European Commission consultation.
A review on the possible breakup of the Financial Conduct Authority has been called for by senior MPs and the Treasury Select Committee due to ‘severe flaws’ in its past operations.
A Zurich-owned Managing General Agent will reimburse outstanding premiums to Irish motorists who have been affected following the collapse of Enterprise Insurance on Friday.
Today’s Financial Conduct Authority report on the “serious and widespread” issues on the oversight of appointed representatives has come as no surprise to broker networks.
Former insurance broker Craig Tracey is to take over as co-chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group for Insurance and Financial Services.
Following the UK electorate’s vote to leave the European Union, there has been a lot of crystal ball gazing as to what it might mean for the insurance industry.
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A Kent-based intermediary has said “all options are open” following a Brexit vote, as its parent company CBL Insurance said the firm could redomicile to Dublin.
Brexit will have little impact on the financial services sector and a workable agreement with the European Union will be “straightforward”, according to Managing Partners Group.
The prospect of gender equality for motor insurance being overturned has been raised and dismissed in the wake of UK voters electing to leave the European Union.
Solvency II will "almost certainly remain" according to PWC despite the UK voting to leave the European Union as too much time, money and effort has been invested in it and the regulation is enshrined in UK Law.
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Direct Line has confirmed it will use its group-wide partial internal model to calculate the Group Solvency Capital Requirement under the Solvency II regime, following approval from the Prudential Regulation Authority.
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