Could insurance brokers soon face caps on commission?

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Analysis: As the government demands pulling the plug on unfair insurance commission, Frances Stebbing examines whether the regulator could change the rules for how brokers get paid.

Pressure is mounting on insurance brokers to justify the commission they earn after the government called into question the way they get paid for arranging multiple occupancy building insurance.

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