Fresh from the annual Motor Conference, the ABI’s James Dalton sits down with Insurance Times reporter, Scott McGee
FCA pricing crackdown has focused on insurers, but scheme brokers are warned they are also in firing line
Insurers have been responding to a letter sent to them by the FCA detailing the industry’s pricing failings
Insurance Times analysis of Financial Ombudsman Service data reveals the insurance firms with the greatest proportion of complaints resolved in the customer’s favour for the first half of 2018
We could see a change in the culture of employees when the Senior Managers & Certification Regime comes in this December, but are companies ready? And is the change worth it?
With brokers owning MGAs and insurers owning brokers, how is the industry dealing with potential conflict of interest issues that might arise?
Industry experts have warned insurers there will be “harsh external criticism” of the market following the investigation into pricing
With current passporting rights and market access set to end when the UK leaves the EU, insurers have been making contingency plans including relocating part of their business
After reports Amazon was to enter the insurance space and become a threat to insurers, new speculation of an Amazon comparison site has turned that upside down
The FCA has fined investment consultant Angela Burns £20,000 and banned her from non-executive roles following a conflicts of interest finding against her.
The regime is intended to increase individual accountability within the industry
Arron Banks told Insurance Times he would challenge the £135,000 fine and explained how he believed the ICO had breached its own protocols
Insurance firms are exploring providing green cards electronically