Emphasises the significance of public regulation of insurance activity, and identifies the traditional concerns of UK insurance regulation with solvency rather than policy terms. Explores significance regulatory changes in the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 and subsequent developments, and explains the particular regulatory issues associated with Lloyd’s and with insurance intermediaries. Explains the means by which policyholders are protected through regulation, particularly in the case of insolvent insurers.
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