What prompted FCA checks on bullying in insurance?

Jeremy Irving, head of the financial services regulatory practice at law firm Browne Jacobson, considers what could have prompted the Financial Conduct Authority looking into non-financial misconduct in the insurance industry.

Financial Conduct Authority activity in relation to non-financial misconduct had a high profile in the UK generally, and in particular in the London insurance market in February and March this year.

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