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Cybercrime and its impact on D&O insurance

Published on 15 May 2018. By Ashley Daniells, Associate and Drew Naylor, Senior Associate

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Cybercrime has risen in recent years, perhaps more than anybody ever expected. For a long time, the focus was on defending businesses against such crimes. Now, with more people aware of cybercrime and the risks, insurers are becoming increasingly aware of the impact such crime may have on D&O policies.

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The subtleties of suitability

Published on 26 April 2016. By Drew Naylor, Senior Associate

IFAs can expect guidance from the FCA about how to produce shorter client suitability reports following last month's publication of the Financial Advice Market Review (FAMR), the FCA has confirmed.

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Hill marches up and down again - MiFID II delayed

Published on 16 February 2016. By Drew Naylor, Senior Associate

Last week, it was confirmed that MiFID II will be delayed for another year.

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Spooky new powers for the FCA

Published on 06 November 2015. By Drew Naylor, Senior Associate

We all thought that Halloween was last week, right? Wrong!

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Power to the Pensioners?

Published on 31 July 2015. By Drew Naylor, Senior Associate

It has been customary in recent years for George Osborne to pull a proverbial rabbit out of his red ministerial box.

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CoCos go pop!

Published on 05 August 2014. By Drew Naylor, Senior Associate

In the wake of the banking crisis, the Financial Services Act 2012 gave the FCA a range of new and enhanced powers with which to pursue its regulatory objectives.

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Enhancing Supervision: How will the FCA's new regulatory model work in the real world?

Published on 10 July 2014. By Drew Naylor, Senior Associate

Readers may recall the FSA's 'close supervision' of firms, which could arise after an ARROW visit if significant failings were identified.

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