Mutuals' deferred shares could have saved LV= from demutualising

With the British life insurer planning to demutualise with the £530m sale of its business, Cintia Cheong talks to AFM chief Martin Shaw about the prospects for the mutual sector in the UK


Four UK life insurers avoid customer fairness probe

Financial Conduct Authority closes investigation without enforcement action


Scottish Widows escapes scrutiny over treatment of longstanding customers

"Insufficient basis" for enforcement, FCA says


FCA probes six life insurers over fees

Investigation could lead to fines and compensation payments to policyholders


Vicky Kubitscheck talks about her fears and hopes for Solvency II

Chief risk officer and compliance director at Police Mutual says it would be a shame if the good intentions of Solvency II were overshadowed by compliance efforts