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Having an age-diverse workforce can bring many benefits to an organisation. By making assumptions about individuals on the basis of their age, employers are on dangerous territory – and potentially losing out on skills and experience that could be an asset to their organisation.

In 2018, there was a reported 24% increase in the number of whistleblowing complaints to the FCA - an increase which follows the introduction of SM&CR within the financial sector.

The FCA has confirmed that the Financial Ombudsman Service’s award limit is to increase from April 2019.

David Millett looks at a significant week in Parliament in determining the course of Brexit and the major uncertainties that are likely to remain.

The FCA has confirmed its proposals in the event of a no-deal Brexit, publishing near final rules and guidance which will apply in the event that the UK leaves the EU without a deal on 29 March 2019.

SM&CR aims to make clear where responsibilities lie within an organisation. Nathan Matthews looks at how to delegate effectively, whilst retaining accountability.

Roger Franklin, Head of Insurance Litigation at Edwin Coe LLP, considers whether a landlord can benefit from the ‘Berni Inns’ defence.

The FCA has published its final report of the Wholesale Insurance Brokers market study.

It’s worth remembering that recruitment is not just about getting the best people for the job, it’s also about demonstrating that you’re an employer who people will want to work for. Lisa Powell explains why recruitment is as much a reflection on the employer as it is on the candidate.

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