FSA guides insurers

Corporate Governance

The guidance took the form of a letter to insurers, and follows the new regulation of the conduct of business rules for the industry, which came into effect on January 14. The FSA took over the regulation of some 40,000 firms on that day, covering general insurance sales, advice, administration and arranging. A key component of the new regime is improved transparency and disclosure of policies to consumers.

The new guidance "aims to help firms determine how inducements can operate unfairly and

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