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Final Judgement on disputed Covid 19 BI Claims
  |  15 Jan 2021
The Supreme Court has largely upheld the claims made by the FCA on behalf of policyholders whose business interruption claims following Covid 19 lockdowns were initially rejected by several Insurers. The task of quantifying such claims remains, and ILAA members stand ready to assist both Insurers and Policyholders to reach agreement.
 
Covid 19 & Business Interruption
  |  27 May 2020
Most commercial insurance policies do not provide cover for business interruption resulting from Covid19, but there are some, often provided for hotel and hospitality business that may cover closure of premises following a notifiable disease. Restrictions and exclusions vary from policy to policy. Cover may well be limited to the level of income that would have been achieved in a period given the reduced footfall. ILAA members may be able to provide advice to business owners in this respect.
 
Increased F.O.S. Compensation Limits
  |  08 Mar 2019
The F.C.A. has confirmed that the maximum compensation that can be awarded by the F.O.S. will increase from £150,000 to £350,00 for complaints made after 1 April 2019, and for complaints made after that date, but for incidents arising prior to 1 April 2019, the limit will increase to £160,000. From that date SMEs with fewer than 50 employees and an annual turnover of under £8.5 million may also lodge complaints with the F.O.S.
 
Greater Access to F.O.S. for SMEs
  |  05 Dec 2018
The Financial Ombudsman Service has announced plans to allow increased access to its services by SMEs, Charities and Trusts from 1 April 2019. The current limits of having fewer than 10 staff and a balance sheet turnover of up to £2 million are to be increased to 50 staff and a turnover up to £5 million. They are also consulting on increasing the binding award limit from £150,000 to £350,000 for complaints arising after 1 April 2019.
 
General Data Protection Regulations
  |  03 Nov 2017
The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR)come into force on 25 May 2018. Among other things these give individuals improved and additional rights regarding information held about them by financial and other institutions. A summary of the improved individual's rights are available under the heading "Regulatory Information" in the Member's Section.
 
    
 

 

 

 

 
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