Analysis: How well have insurers and brokers adapted to providing access to insurance for people with disabilities?
With the introduction of the Equality Act, it became illegal for insurers to price disabled customers’ premiums on any factors that do not directly impact on the risk
It’s been a topsy-turvy month in Parliament and this week a bill was passed by MPs aiming to block a no-deal exit from the European Union. But as the UK continues to face uncertainties over Brexit, across the pond this month we saw scenes of destruction…
The publication of the hotly-anticipated interim report on the Financial Conduct Authority’s market study of general insurance pricing practices that was expected this summer has been delayed until October.
The Financial Conduct Authority has alerted consumers to two unauthorised insurance firms offering car insurance in the UK.
The industry faces heavy scrutiny from regulators and the government over pricing practices and personal injury reform, all while reeling from the prospect of a looming Brexit. Huw Evans, Association of British Insurers director general, spoke to Jen…
The Financial Conduct Authority is working to limit charges for claims management companies’ services, but will new regulation actually be a double-edged sword for consumers?
Claims management companies must raise their advertising standards to ensure they do not mislead customers, the Financial Conduct Authority has said.
Creating and retaining loyal customers is a goldmine for businesses. Customers who champion and support a particular brand not only continually strengthen their own relationship but also act as an advocate to other consumers.
With 50 years of drink driving campaigns drunk driving is shunned by society, but with technology taking over our lives it might be time for a distracted driving campaign to make using hands-free mobile devices on the move as frowned upon.
The Association of Consumer Support Organisations has called on the government to match the Financial Conduct Authority in its approach to all types of vulnerable road user.
London seems strangely quiet in the summer, most people are away on holiday, and out of office replies are basically a given.
The Financial Conduct Authority has issued a warning over two brokers operating without a license via Instagram.
Half of general insurance firms have not accessed official guidance on Brexit preparations, a survey found.
Thursday seemed an appropriate day for insurtech Hippo to announce the outcome of its latest funding round – with temperatures reaching 38°C in places, the urge to emulate the mud-wallowing tendencies of its namesake animal became more and more tempting.
The Financial Conduct Authority has named a personal injury claims management company as operating without authorisation.
The regulator has vowed to “take action” against insurers that do not treat vulnerable customers fairly.
The Financial Conduct Authority has issued a warning about fraudsters operating a clone of price comparison website Money Supermarket.
Travel insurers will have to ‘signpost’ policies that have exclusions over pre-existing medical conditions.
The Financial Conduct Authority has warned of an unregulated clone broker operating in the UK.
The Spanish Private Health Alliance hit out at “possible systemic fraud” committed by British insurers offering problematic medical cover within travel policies.
110 financial services firms will pay 61% of the Financial Service Compensation Scheme’s levy in 2019/20, according to indicative numbers published by the compensation fund.
A clone firm has been masquerading as UK General, the Financial Conduct Authority has warned.
Zurich UK CEO Tulsi Naidu has been appointed as chair of the Financial Conduct Authority’s practitioner panel.