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FSA provisionally authorises Aon, Marsh and Willis

The FSA has issued minded to authorise letters to Aon, Marsh and Willis, the three largest insurance brokers in the UK, in anticipation of the introduction of general insurance regulation in January 2005.

The FSA says it issuing this statement in the light of market and media interest, at a time when many commercial organisations are considering renewing policies.


Nelson quits Money Portal

The Money Portal has lost its third high-profile person in a week after head of communications Kerry Nelson resigned.

Steelworkers’ go-ahead to sue Govt over pensions

Steelworkers who lost their pensions when their company went bust have been given the go-ahead to sue the Government in the European Court of Justice Community – formerly union ISTC – which represents the 1,000 former Allied Steel and Wire workers, says the Govern-ment did not adequately implement the European insolvency directive, which would have protected members’ pensions.

TUC lobby on public sector pensions

Hundreds of public sector workers from across the UK will descend upon Parliament tomorrow to lobby their local MPs on changes that the Government is proposing to make to their pension schemes.


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