FCA clarifies approach to non-disclosure agreements

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The Financial Conduct Authority has insisted non-disclosure agreements should not prevent whistleblowers working in insurance from sharing the discrimination or harassment they face with the watchdog.

Last week the Treasury select committee shared the responses it received from the government, Financial Conduct Authority and Prudential Regulation Authority to their Sexism in the City report.

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EU AI Act may block smaller insurtechs from market entry

Smaller insurtechs in the artificial intelligence sector will be subject to additional regulatory oversight due to the European Union AI Act, which may prevent them from making it into the market, according to Sixfold CEO Alex Schmelkin.

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