3743

Conduct risk: not just another category for the risk register

The UK's new financial conduct regulator is taking a close look at the insurance industry, but how can firms ensure they don't find themselves embroiled in a mis-selling scandal? Andrew Bird explains

3618

PRA appoints Prettejohn to board

Will resign from L&G's board before taking up post

3531

LCP announces nine partners

Hawes, Butler and Fermont among promotions

3507

PRA will consult with industry on "comply or explain" decision for SII guidelines

Plenary session to provide feedback in late May

3501

UK regulatory split could impair insurer efficiency

Communication between the PRA and FCA will cause delays, IUA warns

3496

Ebix buys Qatarlyst

Insurance software provider is "ideal partner", says e-trading exchange

3491

PRA to cost £214m this year

UK's new twin peak structure totals £646m

3466

PRA sets out objectives

UK's FSA has been replaced by FCA and PRA

3435

PRA updates its handbook

Changes to the approved persons regime to avoid duplication

3420

Lloyd's Solvency II 'soft landing' is ICAS+ and a little bit more

Lloyd's of London has been in the vanguard of regulators when it comes to Solvency II preparations, sticking to a strict timetable with little leeway. It's now relaxed its plans after numerous delays to the directive, but is still forging ahead of the regulators. Lorna Davies reports