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Major technology companies could gain a foothold in the insurance markets, according to a new survey commissioned by Accenture. 11 Feb 2014
FOCUS: Insurers know that telematics data gathered from vehicles can be incredibly valuable and, naturally, they are keen to get access to data gathered by rivals. But in setting up data sharing arrangements they need to be careful not to break competition... 08 Jan 2014
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...
Drivers may be being charged £200 million more for motor insurance cover than they could be because of failings in the way costs associated with repairs and the provision of replacement vehicles are controlled following accidents, the Competition Commission... 17 Dec 2013
Companies providing private healthcare services in the UK may be forced to sell off some of their hospitals after the Competition Commission (CC) raised concerns about the price patients are paying due a lack of competition in some local markets. 29 Aug 2013
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