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MoJ considering enhancing MedCo's remit as part of whiplash reforms

The MoJ published an update to its whiplash reforms plan this morning, and is seeking consultation


FCA to force regular reporting of value measures data by 2021

The regulator published its business plan for general insurance this morning


Construction and engineering firms warned of severe policy changes amid capacity problems

Poor insurance underwriting results and sustained losses last year has forced several underwriters to withdraw from writing professional indemnity risk in the construction sector


ABI addresses salvage loopholes linked to vehicle thefts

The ABI’s James Dalton urges the salvage trade body to tighten security surrounding the salvage chain

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Insurers should seek good outcomes for customers, says CII

Compliance isn’t about rules and processes, the Chartered Insurance Institute adds

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Five-Star Q&A Home & Legacy: "Brokers know us to be a reliable HNW specialist"

Insurance Times speaks to Home and Legacy managing director Barry O’Neill about the company’s Personal Lines Report rating

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Citizens Advice dual pricing report attacks home insurers

Data reveals long-standing customers are paying on average almost double for their household premiums


FCA REPORT BOMBSHELL: Regulator set to pounce on insurance firms for mistreating customers

Insurers, brokers and service providers given grim warning about their failure to act on offering customers value

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Fraud Charter: Prevention is always better than cure

Educating consumers to stop seeing insurance as a grudge purchase would go some way to cutting fraud. But so too might be pointing out the consequences of a conviction


April Big Question - What does the future hold for Etrading?

With the Insurance Times eTrading Survey still open until Friday 12 April, we ask the experts what they think lies ahead for the world of eTrading

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FCA set to crack down on broker premium finance add-on commissions

With some customers being charged up to 63% extra to pay motor insurance premiums by instalments, commissions being levied by brokers are coming under the spotlight


Dual pricing: Getting off the hamster wheel

The insurance industry is coming under increasing pressure over dual-pricing. Will it ever be able to eliminate it?

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