Insurance Brokers

The FCA has published its expectations of firms working remotely or with hybrid working models so that they can continue to meet their regulatory responsibilities.

The IDD requires insurance intermediaries to demonstrate the minimum necessary knowledge required for their role across eight core competencies – one of which is ‘assessing customer needs’. What does this mean in practice?

A recent speech by the FCA on measuring and assessing culture in financial services has made it clear that firms still have a lot of ground to make up on the issue of diversity and inclusion.

On the eve of the FCA’s fair value rules coming into effect, Ecclesiastical Insurance has published research revealing two in five brokers are in the dark about how fair value will affect their business.

In this article, Laura Findlay focuses on intellectual wellness, exploring how learning and development can be encouraged in the workplace and what the benefits are.

In this article, Kay Godwin explains the value of compliance officers within regulated firms – and why they are often unsung heroes.

In this article, we look at why every business should have ‘treating customers fairly’ at the core of their culture.

The FCA has published draft guidance on new powers that will allow it to move faster when removing regulatory permissions that are no longer being used by firms.

As the FCA has a Decision Notice upheld in the Upper Tribunal, Katherine Watkins looks at the potential implications of an individual’s behaviour - both within and beyond their professional role - from a conduct risk perspective.

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