Compulsion for all providers and distributors to be regulated by FPA and minimum solvency among proposals
Protocols for storing electronic data, physical documents and recorded calls revealed
Henry Cazalet of The SMS Works helps debunk some common GDPR misconceptions
As private medical demand increases, so do the challenges regarding storing personal data. Paragon's Mitch Cornelia explores how a specialist provider can supply the security needed in light of GDPR
Increasing gifting allowance could potentially unlock £82.6bn
Revamp of FS Register on cards
Instead of happening after Brexit, The Financial Guidance and Claims Bill will now happen before the end of the year
Marshall Bailey is to become the next chair of the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS).
The Financial Conduct Authority's (FCA) independent arbitration panel, the regulatory decisions committee (RDC), saw case referrals jump by two-thirds (65%) in 2017.
The Insurance Distribution Directive (IDD) shelved until the outcome of the proposal for its application date is confirmed, HM Treasury has announced.
Orchestra 7, which manages patient data, has been prepped with GDPR legislation in mind.
Covers nine month period
A new practical guide aimed at helping HR staff to process employee data under new GDPR rules has been launched by XpertHR.
Response to FCA appeal
To meet Insurance Distribution Directive rules
Individual protection is in a position of strength at the beginning of 2018 according to early data but we should be cautious in the face of economic uncertainty and industry challenges, Scottish Widows' Johnny Timpson has advised.
Retiring from regulation
To 1 October 2018
The Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) will maintain its current funding model for the next financial year despite recognising it is unsustainable in its current form.
The FCA has confirmed that, while businesses will have to identify certified staff from day one under the Senior Managers & Certification Regime (SM&CR), they will have a year to complete fitness and propriety assessments.
'Independence was compromised'
Firms that fail to put processes in place to meet the requirements of MiFID II now will undoubtedly feel the strain - both financially and operationally - in the near future, warns Matt Riordan
8,000 firms receive paper invoices