Watch out for the FSA
Despite doubting the need for statutory regulation less than two years ago new EU rules have forced the Government to directly regulate insurance intermediaries. Paul Edmondson looks at the changes facing the sector under the auspices of the FSA
On 1 July, 2000 the General Insurance Standards Council (GISC) began its duties as the voluntary regulator of intermediaries selling general insurance products, such as home and motor insurance.
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