Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) publishes feedback from June 2017's Call for Input (Cfl) on Access To Insurance following 'high level of interest'
The FCA has announced its concern that consumers are having difficulty gaining access to the specialist travel insurance market, following its Call for Input (CfI) in June 2017. The CfI, which called for evidence to help address concerns about people with pre-existing medical conditions obtaining affordable travel insurance, received a ‘high level of interest', an FCA press statement read. Key themes The feedback highlighted that most stakeholders feel access to insurance for pre-existing...
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