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Insurance Regulation
This article gives an overview of the current regulatory position of participants in the UK general insurance market. It does not deal with the position of those involved in the life insurance market, which is in some respects different.
UK
28 Apr 2005
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Financial Services & Insurance - Insurance Regulation
This article sets out the current regulatory position of participants in the UK general insurance market, and explains how that is about to change. It does not deal with the position of those involved in the life insurance market, which is in some respects different.
UK
19 Oct 2004
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Good News from the FSA for Joint Venture Participants
The FSA has recently indicated that risk management services provided to a joint venture participant by another participant in the same venture, or a group member of one of the participants, may not constitute regulated activities ‘by way of business’. Such activities may therefore escape regulation under the new rules governing insurance intermediaries which come into force on 14 January 2005. Thus, the arranging party may not require authorisation from the FSA for such activities.
UK
21 Sep 2004
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Subpoenaing an Overseas Witness to Give Evidence at Trial in London - is it Possible?
Witnesses can, in various circumstances, be subpoenaed by the Courts of overseas jurisdictions to attend to give evidence by way of depositions within that jurisdiction. So why not take that one step further and ask a foreign court to subpoena the witness to give evidence by live satellite video link to a Court in London? This would be the next best thing to having the witness present in Court. Indeed, the Commercial Court is increasingly amenable to evidence being given in this way (albeit on a
UK
28 Jun 2004
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