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  1. FCA confirms market study into general insurance "add-ons"

    Press Releases Published: 09/07/2013 Last modified: 09/07/2013
    The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has confirmed that it is undertaking its first market study into the practice of selling insurance "add-ons" with purchases like cars or mobile phones.
  2. TR19/2: General insurance distribution chain

    Thematic reviews Published: 10/04/2019 Last modified: 10/04/2019
    In this report we set out the key findings from our thematic work on the general insurance distribution chain, our expectations of firms and next steps. This report should be considered alongside our accompanying proposed non-Handbook guidance and our press release.
  3. Realising the benefits of purposeful leadership

    Speeches Published: 01/11/2018 Last modified: 01/11/2018
    Speech by Jonathan Davidson, Director of Supervision – Retail and Authorisations at the FCA, delivered at the CCTA 2018 Conference, Nottingham.
  4. Response to the CMA’s final report for its digital comparison tools market study

    Statements Published: 26/09/2017 Last modified: 26/09/2017
    We welcome the Competition and Markets Authority’s (CMA’s) work on digital comparison tools (DCTs). We have worked with the CMA throughout its study, which looked at car and home insurance, and credit cards, to provide expert input on financial services.  We are encouraged that the CMA’s research has found that people mainly have positive...
  5. Guess who’s back? Animatronic Arnie returns to raise awareness of PPI deadline

    Press Releases Published: 04/04/2018 Last modified: 04/04/2018
    The animatronic head of Arnold Schwarzenegger is back today to remind people to check whether they had payment protection insurance (PPI) and make a decision about whether to make a complaint before the deadline on 29 August 2019.
  6. Limited permissions for consumer credit firms

    New firm authorisation Published: 09/08/2017 Last modified: 09/08/2017
    Discover the regulated activities that require limited permission and the details of the application process. 
  7. FCA review reveals shortcomings in the provision of premium finance for general insurance

    Press Releases Published: 11/05/2015 Last modified: 11/05/2015
    A Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) review has revealed that insurers and insurance intermediaries are not always providing customers with clear information about the different payment options available, when buying general insurance products. The FCA thematic review of premium finance focused on the online sale of home and car insurance and...
  8. FCA proposals to tackle issues in GAP insurance market

    Press Releases Published: 12/12/2014 Last modified: 12/12/2014
    The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is proposing changes to promote competition in the £160 million guaranteed asset protection (GAP) insurance market, including limiting the point of sale advantage for GAP sales made on the vehicle showroom floor and making it easier for consumers to shop around. These proposals stem from the FCA’s first...
  9. FCA says general insurance add-on industry must make changes

    Press Releases Published: 11/03/2014 Last modified: 11/03/2014
    The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is proposing a shake-up of the £1bn general insurance add-on markets including banning pre-ticked boxes, forcing firms to publish claims ratios and breaking the point of sale advantage for guaranteed asset protection (GAP) insurance, usually offered alongside car sales. Christopher Woolard, director of policy,...
  10. 100 days of the FCA - Martin Wheatley speaks at the ABI Biennial Conference

    Press Releases Published: 09/07/2013 Last modified: 16/08/2013
    Martin Wheatley, chief executive of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), will today tell the Association of British Insurers (ABI) Biennial Conference that the FCA is “a very different animal to the Financial Services Authority (FSA)”.