The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is seeking views and evidence of the challenges firms face in providing travel insurance for consumers who have, or have had, cancer, and the challenges for these consumers in accessing insurance.
Has faced criticism during his tenure
OPAL Group's Matt Oldham discusses what advisers need to know about client call recording given the Financial Conduct Authority's recent clarification on the rules.
Annual review published
Pound and UK equities set for bumpy day
300 advisers added to network
Margins remain 'thin'
Advice found to be 'suitable' in 93.1% of cases
Labelled a ‘stealth tax’
Minimum fees up 1%
'It's a concern'
COVER recently hosted a challenging roundtable sponsored by Atos called 'Handling insurance industry disruptors: strategies to win and engaging millennials'.
Pension adviser levy stays same, investment up £4m
Process too complex
A mother and her son have been charged today with fraud after they allegedly conspired to fake the mother's death in Zanzibar to claim £140,000 worth of life insurance.
Will continue to fine firms
Cridland and DWP reports
Follows deal with Canada
Class 4 NICs to be 11% by 2019
Chancellor Philip Hammond has bucked the trend of recent Budgets in making no further increases to insurance premium tax (IPT) although draft legislation to prevent avoidance is being introduced.
GDP growth to hit 2% in 2017
The Health Insurance Group has warned against any further increases to insurance premium tax (IPT) as the Spring Budget takes place next week.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has today published the first of its two consultation papers on the implementation of the Insurance Distribution Directive (IDD
Melissa Collett discusses why there is legal uncertainty in a recent Financial Ombudsman decision on an Aviva life policy complaint.