Briefing: Why FCA-hit aggregators will likely squeeze insurers harder

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Tensions between insurers and aggregators will likely increase amid the FCA pricing crackdown

Compared to service providers and intermediaries, insurers have the lowest profit margins, struggle to make underwriting profits and face ever increasing pressures to give away even more of the premium to distribution. 

And one player in the distribution chain is applies a lot of cost pressure on them - the aggregators. 

They are likely to squeeze insurers harder amid the FCA pricing changes

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