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Research | 01 Jul 2011
The last six months has seen some progress towards creating an EU-wide approach to financial regulation, however recent developments have suggested that the year 2012 may not be the watershed year that everybody expected.
News items | 01 Mar 2011
On 22 March the FSA published its business plan for 2011. It sets out the FSA's key goals for the year and the timeframes for achieving them. This briefing summarises the main points regarding the FSA's position on the Mortgage Market Review, the Retail Distribution Review, the regulator's ne...
Technical articles | 01 Nov 2010
Think Solvency II only affects insurance companies? Think again. The new regulatory framework for the insurance sector in Europe comes into force in 2012 and, as Helen Yates reports, it will inevitablty have an impact on financial intermediaries...
News items | 01 May 2010
ABI - Latest news on volcanic ash cloud and travel LLOYD'S - Environmental insurance Competition Commission - PPI ABI - Do not use consultants to dodge the high tax rate LLOYD'S - Europe's volcano risk put at $85 billion ...
News items | 01 Mar 2010
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News items | 01 Mar 2010
WEEK ENDING 5 March 2010
Technical articles | 01 Dec 2009
CII update briefing on reforms to European financial regulation as well as other key developments in Europe. Includes a full update on the new European System of Financial Supervision.
News items | 01 Nov 2009
A bi weekly round-up of policy events and news
News items | 01 Nov 2009
January: The FSA fines Aon £5.25m, its highest ever punishment for a financial crime, for not adequately safeguarding against bribery and corruption in its overseas dealings. The Bank of England reduces interest rates to 1.5%, the lowest in its history. Research by Aon Benfield suggests the Bern...
 

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