Reflecting on the government’s foray into the PII market

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In the wake of the government’s short-lived intervention into the professional indemnity market, Harry Curtis asks how effective it was and whether problems persist today.

At the end of October 2023, the government called time early on its intervention into the professional indemnity insurance market for fire safety assessors.

The intervention took the form of a scheme

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