UK regulator slams London market brokers over ‘poor culture’ and ‘poor value’ for buyers

The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has told Lloyd’s and London market brokers and managing general agents (MGAs) they are not “keeping pace” with the regulator’s messaging on contract certainty, diversity and inclusion (D&I), resilience and transparency to buyers about pricing.

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