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Companies that have not complied with Dubai's new health insurance law could face early penalties, says expert

Large Dubai-based companies that have not yet complied with their duty to provide a basic level of medical insurance to their employees could face financial penalties and visa sanctions, an expert has said. 04 Nov 2014

Singapore proposals ‘to raise standards and boost competition’ in finance sector

Proposals aimed at encouraging greater efficiency in the distribution of life insurance and investment products and “raising the standards and professionalism of the financial advisory industry” have been unveiled by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS).... 10 Oct 2014

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Five barriers stopping simplified advice and how they can be overcome

FOCUS: Financial regulator the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) wants to know why there are not more low-cost, simplified advice models. There are five barriers to this happening, and the regulator could help to overcome them.  03 Oct 2014

Dubai's compulsory employee medical insurance scheme gets underway for largest firms

Dubai's largest companies will be required to register their staff with an accredited health insurance provider by the end of this month as a staggered enrolment programme gets underway, an expert has said. 02 Oct 2014

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