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  • UK's Consumer Duty: a headache on top of a cost-of-living crisis

    05 April 2024

    The introduction of the Consumer Duty regime has piled on costs for insurers at a time when premiums are soaring due to inflation. There are also plenty of questions about how the regulation will be implemented and enforced, as Paul Walsh reports

  • UK to extend temporary ban on GAP insurance sales

    05 March 2024
  • UK regulator halts 80% of GAP insurance market over value concerns

    09 February 2024

    Financial Conduct Authority says sales paused while engagement with underwriters continues

  • 2024 trends: UK regulatory action on DEI will drive progress

    04 January 2024

    InsuranceERM's editorial team review the key developments that shaped the insurance market in 2023, and provide insight for the year ahead

  • UK sets out regulatory initiatives for insurers and banks in 2024-2025

    30 November 2023
  • Transparency with teeth: UK regulator explains expectations on D&I

    11 October 2023

    The Financial Conduct Authority's Alicia Kedzierski justified the non-prescriptive and disclosure-based approach to improving diversity and inclusion, at yesterday's ABI event. Joshua Geer reports

  • WTW offers guidance for insurers in addressing FCA's priorities

    03 October 2023

    The experts argue there is a real risk of misguided confidence among boards

  • UK regulators propose rules on diversity and inclusion

    25 September 2023

    D&I important for better risk management, say PRA and FCA

  • UK's FCA turns up heat on guaranteed asset protection products

    20 September 2023

    Watchdog's data shows only a fraction of premiums are paid out in claims

  • Direct Line breaches FCA's price walking rules

    01 September 2023

    The UK insurer is to pay about £30m to overcharged car and home insurance customers