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    The Financial Conduct Authority (“FCA”) has issued its final guidance (and accompanying feedback statement) for insurance and premium finance firms on the fair treatment of customers in temporary financial difficulty as a result of coronavirus. The guidance will come into force on 18th May 2020 and will be reviewed in ...

  • EU and UK flags with big ben

    The third round of the negotiations on the future relationship between the UK and the EU takes place this week via video conference. Limited progress seems to have been made so far to bridge the gaps on outstanding areas. There are now only two rounds of talks before the high-level ...

  • view through glasses

    Correct as of 9am, 12th May. This article is not being maintained. The FCA has published guidance[1] on the handling of complaints during coronavirus. The FCA reminds firms that handling complaints remains an important function which should continue and says that firms should take all reasonable steps to ensure as ...

  • businessman reading document

    On Friday 1st May, the Financial Conduct Authority (the “FCA”) issued draft guidance for insurers and insurance intermediaries on product value and coronavirus. The guidance highlights the actions firms should be taking to identify any material issues that affect the value of their products and their ability to deliver good ...

  • microscopic virus (2)

    On Friday 1st May, the Financial Conduct Authority (the “FCA”) issued draft guidance for regulated firms operating in the insurance and premium finance markets in respect of customers facing temporary financial difficulties as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. These firms include: Insurers; Insurance intermediaries (including appointed representatives); Premium finance ...

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