FCA commission crackdown goes beyond flats

Emma Ann Hughes

Editor’s View: The Financial Conduct Authority’s policy statement on multi-occupancy buildings insurance in September plus the decision to push the pause button on guaranteed asset protection insurance sales last week was “a shot across the bow” on percentage-based broker pay.

During a Sicsic Advisory webinar, held last month, the Financial Conduct Authority director of insurance, Matt Brewis, spoke about the fall-out for the industry from Grenfell Tower.

While Brewis was

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