What to expect from the regulator in 2024

Kayleigh Benneworth, group head of risk and compliance at Specialist Risk Group, David Sparkes, regulation director of the British Insurance Brokers' Association, Mathew Rutter, regulatory partner at DAC Beachcroft, and Matthew Connell, director of policy and public affairs at the CII

Post Podcast: Insurers should brace themselves for the Financial Conduct Authority kicking the tires of how well providers and brokers are adhering to Consumer Duty requirements in 2024.


In the latest Post Podcast, regulatory experts shared whether, with a general election looming on the horizon, the industry can expect crackdowns from the watchdog and slaps on the wrist relating to

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FCA commission crackdown goes beyond flats

Editor’s View: The Financial Conduct Authority’s policy statement on multi-occupancy buildings insurance in September plus the decision to push the pause button on guaranteed asset protection insurance sales last week was “a shot across the bow” on percentage-based broker pay.

MP highlights loophole in Leasehold Reform Bill

Matt Brewis, head of insurance for the Financial Conduct Authority, has appeared before a parliamentary committee to discuss the Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill and been challenged by MPs over whether the current crop of rules ensure insurance costs are reasonable.

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