Brokers warned that a commission ban for multi-occupancy buildings could be the 'thin edge of a large wedge'
Compliance experts have warned brokers that the Financial Conduct Authority's decision to look at commission payments for multi-occupancy building could set a precedent for the future and be seen as an 'easy win' by government.
Storm Eunice was less severe than originally thought with damage caused by high winds rather than flooding, according to claims experts.
A man who made claims for the same car accident in two different names to Aviva and concealed information from Zurich has been ordered to pay back £58,000 in compensation.
The government has confirmed changes to the Highway Code to ensure the first self-driving vehicles are introduced safely on roads.
The High Court has found that Aviva must pay around 10% of the £33.6m originally sought by artist Manuel Mathieu in a personal injury case.
Rebecca Pow MP, Flood Minister, has applauded the Build Back Better scheme for providing homes at risk of flooding with flood insurance policies to make the nation more resilient to flooding.
Fidelis Insurance Holdings has appointed Olivia Brindle as head of sustainability.
Direct Line Group CEO Penny James has been named co-chair of the FTSE Women Leaders Review.
The Financial Conduct Authority has placed broker commissions in multi-occupancy property under greater scrutiny with its latest survey.
Exclusive: Insurtech start-up Peppercorn will launch later this year with a digital motor solution that will challenge the mechanics of traditional incumbents.
Regulation experts have praised the Financial Conduct Authority’s steps towards tackling authorisation delays but have warned they will not be enough to tackle the problem on their own.
The Financial Conduct Authority has said it is committed to bring a more robust and efficient authorisation process and confirmed it has reformed its authorisation process with more decisions now taken by individual senior managers rather than by…