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Unwarranted attack on people looking to protect themselves, says Axa
Head of FCA says there must be boundaries on handling information
Review of auto-enrolment programme will include those in gig economy
Industry body says regulation has reduced choice in the annuity market
Possible mass opt-outs raise prospect of compulsory savings schemes
Plans for sale of retirement annuities raise consumer protection concerns
Association of British Insurers wants regulation that ‘is appropriate for the UK market’
There is a high price for failing to check your annual cost
Income drawdown has risen in popularity since the pensions freedom and choice regime came in but are there hidden drawbacks?
Industry wants legal right to claim damages from manufacturers
Insurance Act comes into force on Friday and aims to redress balance towards policyholders
Report says consumers could miss out if insurers deem them too risky
ABI says allowing such insurance claims to win payouts flies in the face of crackdown on fraudsters
Industry concerned banking will dominate negotiations
Experts say many businesses not properly insured against security breaches
Head of trade body says government should force companies to record details
Cameron urged to extend levy support scheme extended to SMEs
Consumers may have ‘false sense of security’, says Association of British Insurers
ABI lobbies Treasury before savings account for under-40s introduced
Sixteen insurers sign up to long-awaited scheme to reduce insurance costs in flood-prone areas
Record £657m of UK pet insurance claims last year included treating a python for anorexia
Problems come a year after radical changes to the annuity market came into force
Seven of 10 big insurers say they will pass levy on to customers
Why do so many lossmaking businesses persevere?
Insurer reports new aggressive drive for business as rates rise
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