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CII Library | Article | Published 19-11-2012
Regulation has never been more important as the legislative and regulatory landscape in both the UK and Europe is changing in the wake of the financial crisis and a series of mis-selling scandals.Published in: Insurance times, 19 November 2012, pp 20-24 Includes figure - "A new regulatory struc...
CII Library | Article | Published 09-2012
 Regulatory overload is a challenge bearing down on insurers in many countries and insurers in South Africa are no exception. The situation is such that Tim Rutherford, life insurance spokesman at Ernst & Young in South Africa, says: "Insurers are being swamped by new regulations." Staff...
CII Library | Article | Published 08-2012
Canada's insurance regulations have arguably been following the path of evolution, not revolution in recent years. But the countdown to the implementation of the European Union's Solvency II regime is likely to have repercussions for the Canadian market.
CII Library | Article | Published 17-05-2012
Highlights key regulatory questions following two cases that highlight brokers' reponsibilitiesPublished in: Insurance Times, 17 May 2012, pp 33-4
CII Library | Article | Published 12-04-2012
With brokers feeling the pinch from a difficult economy, add-on products offer a way to boost the bottom line. However, having scrutinised non-insurance companies selling add-ons, the FSA is now targeting intermediaries. Brokers will now need to ensure that their selling practices are transparent...
CII Library | Article | Published 04-2012
The question in Digital Satellite Warranty Cover Ltd v Financial Services Authority [2011] EWCA Civ 1413 was whether the applicant company was carrying on insurance business of one or more of the specified classes without authorisation.Published in: Insurance Law Monthly, Apr 2012, pp 7-8
CII Library | Book | Published 2012
CII Library | Book | Published 2012
CII Library | Book | Published 2012

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