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Oct 21 – Back to work?

During the pandemic many firms, large and small, canvassed their people to identify how much they preferred the “new ways of working”…

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Oct 21 – Rumble, thud and drone

The dull rumble of consultation after consultation coming down the road from the FCA shows no sign of abating…

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Sept 21 – Better than expected

Despite the multi-layered assault on the private rental sector it is still flourishing…

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Sept 21 – Who cares about protection?

You may recall that last year AMI, along with sponsors Legal and General and Royal London, launched AMI Viewpoint ‘The New Protection Challenge’…

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Sept 21 – Working together to improve consumer outcomes

Diversity and inclusion (D&I) are terms that are becoming increasingly common in UK society as a whole as well as in the financial services sector…

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Aug 21 – The missing link?

I know that The Outlaw waits with a real sense of expectation for the FCA Annual Business Plan…

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Aug 21 – Don’t judge a book by its cover

AMI Senior Policy Advisor Stacy Reeve writes about GI pricing practices…

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Jul 21 – What is the point of AMI?

Many of you reading this will be members of AMI, the trade body for intermediaries.  But some of you may not be…

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Jul 21 – A step away from the wild side

Our Senior Policy Adviser Stacy Reeve comments on the impact of the changes to Google’s financial services advertising policy…

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Jul 21 – Stamp duty: Homemovers

AMI’s Senior Policy Adviser Stacy Reeve looks at the effect of stamp duty and the pandemic, and how brokers can use this as a springboard to improve customer outcomes…

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