Buzz respondents were pretty underwhelmed by the Association of British Insurers' actions on charges, with just one in five saying it would result in lower fees for members.
But contributors did welcome any step to increase transparency. Some predicted an initial drop in charges while others thought there would be a small improvement at the margins. “If everyone is disclosing...
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