FCA proposes regulatory changes to tackle 'harmful' insurance pricing practices


UK regulator the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has proposed a series of measures to tackle concerns about the "harmful" general insurance pricing practices. The FCA estimates that its proposals will save consumers £3.7 billion over the next ten years, while Willis and Moody's warn it could lead to less effective competition, profit erosion and worse consumer outcomes.

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