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FOCUS: The likely lapse of the Insurance Block Exemption Regulation (IBER), as anticipated by a recent European Commission report, would take place well before any agreement on the UK's exit from the EU comes into force. 16 Aug 2016
FOCUS: UK insurers could face uncertainty under competition law enforcement following a UK exit from the EU, but also potential opportunities. 05 Jul 2016
This guide was last updated on 13th August 2008. The European Commission wants to make it easier for victims of anti-competitive behaviour to claim compensation for losses arising from breaches of ...
This guide was last updated on 24th April 2008. For some fifteen years the insurance industry in the EU has benefited from a block exemption regulation (BER) that allows certain practices that woul...
This guide was last updated on 14th February 2008. The aim of the European Commission's business insurance sector inquiry was to identify any concrete restrictive practices or distortions of...
This guide was last updated on 11th February 2008. Payment protection insurance (PPI) has been having a bad press recently. Not only is it under investigation by the Financial Services Authority an...
Whether the deals financial firms offer to attract consumers that actively switch service providers negatively impact on the prices other sections of society pay for financial services is to come in for greater scrutiny, a regulator has said. 23 Jun 2016
Insurance companies should review certain agreements and practices they have with other businesses in their market to ensure compliance with EU competition rules in light of an announcement that an exemption from those rules might be lifted, an expert has... 21 Mar 2016
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