Dive In 2021: regulators spur action on diversity and inclusion

As the annual Dive In Festival, designed to promote diversity and inclusion in the insurance sector, gets underway, Paul Walsh finds financial regulators are adding their weight to the agenda


"Too many" insurers failing product governance regulations, says FCA

The UK watchdog warns many may not be ready to meet additional rules


Irish insurance regulator proposes ban on "price walking"

The CBI wants to end the loyalty penalty for home and motor insurance customers in Ireland


Lloyds Bank's insurance division hit with £91m fine

UK conduct regulator said firm misled customers during renewals


Regulators target better diversity and inclusion policies

The PRA, FCA and Bank of England have launched a discussion paper seeking views on D&I policies


Former Scottish mutual chief wins appeal against UK regulators

Stuart Forsyth had been fined and banned over wife's salary arrangements


FCA pricing reform to cause headaches for years to come

UK conduct regulator to outlaw price walking by January 2022


Access to capital not the only issue in LV= sale, says FCA chair

Charles Randell discussed with MPs the issues facing UK mutuals


UK's FCA faces more challenges than PRA in post-Brexit environment

Parliamentary evidence session discussed how greater regulatory obligations would be managed


Operational resilience final rules in UK are "fundamental shift" for insurers

The rules are due to become effective on 31 March 2022