From Simon BurgessIt may be politically incorrect to enquire but is SPASU purchased by the physically and mentally impaired? Or is it just shoddy insurance sold to the poor and poorly advised through advisers happy to prey upon their vulnerability and ignorance? I would be most interested to know the views of my fellow readers. Simon BurgessManaging director Britishinsurance.com By email
The Financial Services Authority has confirmed it will continue to judge firms’ standards of sales and advice by the standards at the time of sale and not retrospectively.
The number of borrowers without adequate payment protection insurance is a cause for concern and something brokers should be tackling.
The Financial Services Authority has today set out further details of its post-implementation review into the effectiveness of its general insurance conduct of business regime. The review is being conducted in line with the FSA’s move towards more principles-based regulation and with its commitment to the Better Regulation agenda.The effectiveness review began this year and […]
Broker Principia Mortgages is partnering with HIV and AIDS charity Crusaid, donating 10% of all business generated from the marketing of the partnership to the charity. The partnership with Principia, which specialises in offering financial advise to gay people, is Crusaid’s first. The aim of the venture is to raise money for Crusaid while promoting […]
The theme of ‘creative destruction’, or the impact of new technology, gathered pace in 2015. But which companies make an attractive investment? Stephen Moore, manager of the Artemis US Extended Alpha Fund, reviews. Click here to read the full article
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