The Supreme Court has this week given its ruling that tribunal fees (introduced in 2013) are unlawful, restricting access to justice and should, therefore, be scrapped.
The Insurance Distribution Directive (IDD) Consultation - CP17/23 - Part 2
The FCA has released the second part of the IDD consultation and has now advised that the IDD will be a three-part consultation with the third and final part to follow later in the year.
RWA Chairman, Terence Clark, urges all clients to read this document and make representations to the FCA, as it is your chance to help shape future regulation and also to help the FCA understand more comprehensively how the general insurance profession operates.
The Insurance Distribution Directive (IDD) Consultation - CP17/23 - Chapter 13
RWA challenges the merit of the FCA treating ‘layman’ commercial customers as non-vulnerable.
What’s in a name?
For any financial services business, the process of selecting a name is not a straightforward process…
Refreshing Client Consent under General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR)
Terence Clark advises all firms to consider embedding GDPR compliant consent mechanisms into their renewal processes as soon as they are able.
Managing serious illness
The recent tribunal case of Coghlan v Hideaway Club UK has highlighted the need to treat an employee’s serious illness with respect and due regard.
More courses added to My Development zone
The course catalogue just keeps on growing on My Development Zone - 25 new online courses are now available!
Warning to small and medium-sized enterprises as firm hit by cyber-attack is fined £60,000
The Information Commissioners Office (ICO) has recently published an article drawing attention to the fact that a firm has been fined £60,000 following a cyber-attack.