Monday, 20 February 2017

Regulation Analysis

Briefing: Why the FCA has got it wrong with its controversial dataSubscription

It’s hard to draw any meaningful conclusions from the FCA data on the value of policies

Briefing: Brexit will kill passporting. What now?Subscription

Premium content: Theresa May’s white paper will not stem the flow of UK-based insurers setting up EU companies, but it does give further clues on the shape of Brexit

Analysis: Discount rate cut bombshell to hit UK insurers hard Subscription

Premium content: The pending reduction in the discount rate could cost insurers billions of pounds

ERS gives stark warning about discount rate changeSubscription

Premium content: Discount rate change could have big impact on UK motor market, ERS active underwriter predicts

Solvency II should be watered down post-Brexit, MPs toldSubscription

Premium Content: Solvency II should be changed to suit UK insurers after Brexit, a House of Commons committee was told

Briefing: Why brokers will miss Simon Green transparency Subscription

The FCA insurance boss is leaving the regulator towards the end of the year

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Regulation News

FCA hits firm with multi-million-pound insurance compensation bill

Poor value products led to the gift firm being hit with the multi-million pound insurance compensation bill

Passporting less likely after Brexit paper

Long awaited document edges UK closer to abandoning passporting rights

Government loses appeal on triggering Brexit

The Supreme Court has ruled that Parliament must vote on whether government can start Brexit process

Markerstudy gets multi-million-pound solvency capital injectionSubscription

Premium content: Firm’s insurance units now up to speed with Solvency II after capital injection

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