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Michael Faulkner says there are still concerns over compliance with the client money rules
Anthony Hilton says companies have long since dispensed with in-house risk assessment which leaves the field wide open for brokers to offer their expertise
Nick Starling says the crackdown on travel agents selling travel insurance that MPs want is too burdensome
John Jackson says brokers have been written off many times before, but they're still here and in demand
"The industry is obsessed with multiples of commission and not profit." Andrew Selby, chief executive of Pavilion Insurance, comments on how companies are valued.
The motor insurance industry has seen improved results, but Ashton West says more can be done to stamp out uninsured driving
As the smoking ban looms Gavin Dollings says employers should prepare for the rise in passive smoking cases
In response to another government consultation on personal injury litigation Tom Jones says what the industry is seeing is constant change for the sake of change
Caroline Muspratt says Florida's move to offer cheaper reinsurance will hit Lloyd's insurers
Elliot Lane says the law has caught up with The Accident Group founder, so he can expect an Al Capone-style holiday
"As a victim of the existing system and the iniquities that Lloyd's has had to suffer over collateral, the sooner a new system comes in the better." Lord Levene Chairman of Lloyd's
Simon Burgess says with many changes facing the PPI sector brokers should grasp the opportunities available
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