The switch from the Financial Services Authority to the Prudential Regulation Authority and the Financial Conduct Authority could prove tricky — especially with Solvency II on the horizon.
The British Insurance Brokers' Association has condemned plans to revise the funding structure of the Financial Services Compensation Scheme, arguing that the charges faced by insurance brokers remain "unacceptably high".
The Financial Services Authority can request a 'skilled person report' at any time, on any matter. What can insurers do to ensure that their corporate governance is in the best shape?
City law firm Cameron McKenna has commended the Financial Services Authority for adapting its implementation timeline for Solvency II.
Two documents outlining the Prudential Regulation Authority's approach to supervision when it is established in April 2013 have been presented today to stakeholders.
British Insurance Brokers' Association chief executive Eric Galbraith, pictured, has called for "more appropriate" regulation, and offered to "help point the gun" at problem areas to support the FCA's efforts to stamp out product mis-selling.
The Financial Services Authority's deeper scrutiny of new business plans means that start-ups face record waiting times for regulatory approval, according to City law firm Reynolds Porter Chamberlain.
What will the expected aggressive stance from the Prudential Regulation Authority mean for the future of add-on sales?
Managing general agents face being liable to bail out failed independent financial advisers or mortgage intermediaries that exceed the upper threshold of the Financial Services Compensation Scheme levy under new proposals.
The insurance market has been warned that there is a "danger" of regulation being rushed through, as a number of unanswered questions remain in the run up to new financial regulation next year.
More information is needed on how the UK's two new insurance regulators are going to cooperate and ensure fair treatment for companies, a new International Underwriting Association market group has stated.
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Nature does not favour creatures with two heads, probably because they spend most of their time arguing with themselves.
Having been convinced by the Conservative-Liberal coalition to withdraw his resignation and extend his stay once before, the Financial Services Authority chief executive officer Hector Sants' decision to step down in the summer was something of a…
Hector Sants, chief executive of the UK Financial Services Authority, has announced his intention to leave the organisation at the end of June 2012.
Mathew Rutter, regulatory partner at DAC Beachcroft, said that Hector Sants' departure from the Financial Services Authority at the end of June could not come "at a worse time" for regulated firms.
The chief executive of the Financial Services Authority, Hector Sants, has announced his intention to leave the organisation at the end of June.
The Financial Services Authority's decision to create a 'twin peaks' operating model to mirror the upcoming regulator has been hailed as a "chance to get it right for the future".
Prudential Regulation Authority boss Julian Adams has pledged the organisation will collaborate with the Financial Conduct Authority to ensure the bodies do not duplicate work.
Insurance and broker associations have welcomed the Government’s proposed regulatory reforms in their consultation responses. However, they have also expressed concern its plans could be too “ambitious” and potentially cause delays.
The Financial Conduct Authority will assume responsibility for the regulation of brokers taking over from the Financial Services Authority at the end of 2012. The Institute of Insurance Brokers, the British Insurance Brokers' Association and the London &…
Half of a 12 member committee charged with scrutinising the government’s draft Financial Services Bill have been identified by the House of Commons.
This morning Mark Hoban, Financial Secretary to the Treasury gave a speech to the London 100 Group at the City of London Club.
With detail emerging on what life under the Prudential Regulation Authority will look like, Mathew Rutter analyses the similarity of themes to the current approach and pinpoints potential problem areas.