The Financial Conduct Authority has issued a warning to insurers against an unregulated financial services provider targeting UK consumers.
The Financial Conduct Authority has published proposals on how firms and individuals will move to the senior managers and certification regime.
The Financial Conduct Authority has fined Bluefin over £4m for failing to provide information to its customers about Bluefin’s independence in a way that was clear, fair and not misleading.
The Financial Conduct Authority has announced 18 firms will join its third regulatory sandbox cohort, including three working in the insurance sector.
The government must solve the problem of passporting rights to secure the future of the insurance sector after Brexit, the Financial Conduct Authority’s CEO has warned.
In 2016 the Financial Conduct Authority released a raft of proposals that examined potential changes to the way the Financial Services Compensation Scheme was funded.
An insurance accelerator has been granted approval to launch up to 25 insurtech start-ups within the next five years.
Broker Network CEO Andy Fairchild urges experienced brokers to mentor the younger generation.
An official investigation into the wholesale insurance broker market could cut rising costs for London market insurers, Fitch Ratings said.
The Prudential Regulation Authority has published final rules setting out how it will authorise and supervise insurance special purpose vehicles, which will be used to issue insurance linked securities in the UK.
The Financial Conduct Authority has launched a market study “to assess how competition is working” in the wholesale insurance broker sector.
The Financial Conduct Authority is preparing to launch a market study into wholesale insurance this week.
Insurance companies may be putting customers at risk by not undertaking sufficient due diligence on their appointed representatives.
The Association of British Insurers has hit back at proposals from the Financial Conduct Authority that insurers contribute towards costs of intermediary failure under the Financial Services Compensation Scheme
The Financial Conduct Authority received 3.32 million complaints about financial services in the first six months of 2017.
Exclusive: The Financial Conduct Authority spent £4.9m in production costs on a TV advert featuring the robotic head of Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Exclusive: M&S has contacted its general insurance customers to remind them that they can shop around for cheaper insurance, following the introduction of renewal transparency laws.
Exclusive: Police are understood to be investigating an allegation of fraud, following broker Ignition Select entering administration.
The government has stood by the level of regulation levied on non-life insurance brokers in the UK.
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General insurance complaints submitted to the Financial Ombudsman Service have increased over the last year, recent results have shown.
Despite his last business venture crashing and burning, Humphrey Bowles, co-founder of Guardhog, has re-entered the insurance market with an insurtech proposition to serve the sharing economy.
Commercial insurers are failing to give their SME customers a satisfactory claims experience, with 70% saying that their interim and financial claims amounts had not been agreed promptly enough.