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PPI sale was "causative of loss" to consumer under Conduct of Business rules, says court

A couple that purchased a payment protection insurance (PPI) policy from an insurance broker were entitled to compensation for a breach of the regulatory rules because the broker's actions were "causative of loss", the Court of Appeal has ruled. 31 Mar 2014

UK pension holders waiting to purchase annuities, according to ABI figures

UK insurers have reported an increasing number of pension policyholders deferring purchase of an annuity as rates remain low, according to the Association of British Insurers (ABI). 20 Feb 2014

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FCA raises concern about insurance outsourcing arrangements

Insurance companies need to improve their governance of outsourcing arrangements to ensure that the companies they use to help sell their products and handle claims do so in line with regulatory requirements, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has said.... 13 Nov 2013

Law Commission seeks views on strengthening financial intermediaries' duties to act in the best interests of savers

Law reform body the Law Commission is seeking views on whether the duty of investment intermediaries to act in the best interests of savers should be strengthened. 24 Oct 2013

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