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US laws limiting insurers' exposure to large claims in the event of a terrorist incident look set to expire at the end of this year after the US Senate failed to agree an extension to the programme before its winter break. 17 Dec 2014
Consumers are still struggling to understand the meanings of the regulatory labels applied to different types of financial advice, such as "independent" and "restricted", two years after the introduction of new transparency rules, the Financial Conduct Authority... 16 Dec 2014
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The global insurance industry is "entering an unprecedented period of change", with most insurers expecting digital technology to transform the market within the next five years, according to new research. 11 Dec 2014
The government's Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLS) will share some driver details with insurers to help calculate premiums. The information will only be shared with drivers' permission. 11 Dec 2014
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