Last week the Securities and Investments Board and the Life Assurance and Unit Trust Regulatory Organisation (Lautro) announced new rules on the marketing of life insurance policies. Investors are to be told how much of their premium is being eaten up by expenses, but there will be no requirement to state the salesman's commission.
The OFT is now examining the rules to see whether they provide for sufficient competition.
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