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.
With the motor claims landscape set to change following the Civil Liability Act, Motor Accident Solicitors Society chair Paul Nicholls airs his concerns over anticipated delays in the progress of the Litigants in Person portal and how a premature launch…
The Litigants in Person whiplash portal build may be progressing well, but fraud and a lack of clarity from the government could jeopardise its effectiveness, according to Sabre CEO Geoff Carter.
The Financial Conduct Authority has named a personal injury claims management company as operating without authorisation.
The Association of Consumer Support Organisations has urged the Financial Conduct Authority to consider how the market adapts to regulatory change before considering fee caps on claims management companies.
Whether it was an epic ending or a major disappointment, some of us currently have a Game of Thrones-shaped hole in our lives… and I was just imagining what it would be like if the show was remade in the world of insurance.
More than a third of law firms have already shed staff in the run up to the implementation of the Civil Liability Act, and the majority believe the reforms could decimate the personal injury sector.
Financial services regulators have formed a working group to collaborate on tackling ‘phoenixing’ in the sector, whereby companies or individuals avoid liabilities or penalties by shutting down businesses only to re-emerge as new legal entities.
Insurers are unlikely to get a profit boost from a reduction in fraudulent claims and are instead expected to use savings to keep premiums down amid surging average claim sizes, according to Fitch Ratings.
My son is learning about healthy living at school and a recent exercise sent home was to spend a day eating according to the Eatwell Guide.
The Financial Conduct Authority now oversees regulation for claims management companies in England, Scotland and Wales.
Claims management companies come under the regulation of the Financial Conduct Authority today, but do the high barriers for entry threaten to create unintended consequences?
Exclusive: A trade association has been launched to represent businesses that look after customers in the civil justice system, when they make a claim for insurance, injury, negligence and mis-selling.
What’s fueling motor insurance today? Michele Bacchus talks to the industry and gives the low-down on what’s heading down the highway towards insurers in both the fast and slow lanes
Claims management companies will see registration fees increase by 400% when they come under the regulation of the Financial Conduct Authority next month, prompting fears that smaller firms will move into unregulated areas.
The Financial Conduct Authority has invited claims management to register for temporary permission to continue operating once the sector enters the financial regulator’s remit later this year.
Insurers are seeing a spike in people claiming improper installation of cavity wall insulation. Is this the new money spinner for CMCs?
Claims management companies who deal with travel sickness should be included in upcoming Financial Conduct Authority regulation of the sector, warn experts.
Former Brightside CEO, Mark Cliff has been appointed as non-executive director of Evolution Claims Management.
Consumers have netted a collective £3.7bn since the Financial Conduct Authority began running its Arnold Schwarzenegger-fronted payment protection insurance refund campaign.
Insurance has come under fire for the way it prices policies. Jonathan Davidson, director of retail at the Financial Conduct Authority, discusses the problem with Martin Croucher
In six months’ time, claims management companies will fall under the umbrella of the Financial Conduct Authority.
The offices of insurtech firm Brolly were broken into, and £15,000 of computers, tablets and phones were stolen.