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Financial services regulation

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Library resources

ICAEW's Library and Information Service hosts a selection of books, articles, links and guides on Basel II/III and Solvency II.

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ICAEW's technical resources section features a dedicated section on financial services

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European cyber attacks on the rise

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A wave of ransomware attacks on European companies is causing a boom in cyber insurance claims, according to figures from AIG.

DPB Update Issue 11 - June 2018

An update on ICAEW’s approach to implementing the Insurance Distribution Directive and five key changes DPB licensed firms need to start planning for now.

Banking by app to overtake online by 2019

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More consumers will bank via their app than online by next year, according to industry analysts CACI.

Car insurance premiums fall

Car insurance prices have recorded their first year-on-year fall since 2014, following reforms to whiplash payouts and a review of compensation paid to victims of motor accidents.

Raising interest

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Central banks reserve managers are concerned that rising interest rates pose the biggest threat to their performance over the next year.

Data Management

Five years after data compliance requirement BCBS 239 was introduced, Rob Konowalchuk investigates what’s changed and where banks are heading.

Government announces Ogden rate reform

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The UK’s Ministry of Justice is introducing the Civil Liability Bill to reduce the number of whiplash claims and change the Ogden personal injury discount rate.

RBS to launch stand-alone digital bank

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The state-backed Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) is working on secret plans to create a stand-alone digital challenger bank to compete with emerging fintech leaders like Monzo and Revolut.

Financial Services Podcasts

This new series of podcasts will aim to give a bitesize rundown of a recent hot topic in financial services and try to deconstruct it in a simple and understandable manner for all.

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