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PERG 8.33.6GRP
The exclusions in articles2 29 and 33 of the Regulated Activities Order are not available where the investment is a contract of insurance (unless, as regards article 33, the relevant arrangements meet the requirements of article 33B).2 However, certain other exclusions do apply. This results from implementation of the requirements of the IDD2 and is explained in more detail in PERG 5.6 (The regulated activities: arranging deals in, and making arrangements with a view to transactions
The definition of insurance distribution activity11 refers to several activities 'in relation to a contract of insurance' which includes a contract of reinsurance. This chapter, therefore, applies to a reinsurance intermediary in the same way as it applies to any other insurance intermediary.
In addition to the general application rule for this sourcebook, this section applies to the communication, or approval for communication, to a person in the United Kingdom of a financial promotion of a non-investment insurance contract unless it can lawfully be communicated by an unauthorised communicator without approval.
SYSC 19B.1.23RRP
An AIFM must ensure that its employees undertake not to use personal hedging strategies or remuneration- and liability-related insurance to undermine the risk alignment effects embedded in their remuneration arrangements.[Note: paragraph 1(q) of Annex II of AIFMD]
Controlled activity and controlled investment are defined in Schedule 1 to the Financial Promotion Order and are listed in PERG 8.36.3 G and PERG 8.36.4 G. Broadly speaking, controlled activities and controlled investments are similar to regulated activities and specified investments under the Regulated Activities Order. However, with controlled activities, the exclusions set out in the Regulated Activities Order do not, in most cases, apply. It is important to note, however,
(1) CREDS covers only the requirements associated with a Part 4A permission to accept deposits. The Conduct of Business sourcebook (COBS) sets out additional requirements for credit unions that are CTF providers in relation to cash deposit CTFs.(2) Other permissions are covered elsewhere in the Handbook. So, for example, a credit union seeking a permission to undertake a regulated mortgage activity would need to comply with the requirements in the Mortgages and Home Finance: Conduct
1This chapter (the mandate rules)3 applies to a firm when it has a mandate3 in the course of, or in connection with, the firm's:3(1) designated investment business (including MiFID business); or33(2) insurance distribution activity8, except where it relates to a reinsurance contract;55(3) debt management activity.5
PERG 8.25.1GRP
For the purposes of article 53(1)3 of the Regulated Activities Order, a security or relevant investment is any one of the following:(1) shares;(2) debentures;(2A) alternative debentures;2(3) government and public securities;(4) warrants;(5) certificates representing certain securities;(6) units in collective investment schemes;(7) stakeholder pension schemes or personal pension schemes1;(7A) emission allowances;4(8) options;(9) futures;(10) contracts for differences;(11) contracts
SUP 6.4.14GRP
Under section 39821 of the Act (Misleading the FCA or PRA: residual cases),21 it is an offence, in purported compliance with a requirement imposed by or under the Act (including the directions in SUP 6.4.5 D), for a person to knowingly or recklessly give the regulator21 information that is false or misleading. If necessary, a firm should take appropriate professional advice when supplying information required by the regulator(s).21 An insurer, for example, may ask an actuary to
PERG 2.10.10GRP
But under section 316 of the Act (Direction by a regulator) the general prohibition does not apply to a person who is a member of the Society of Lloyds unless the FCA or PRA has made a direction that it should apply. The general prohibition is disapplied in relation to any regulated activity carried on by a member relating to contracts of insurance written at Lloyds. Directions can be made by the FCA or PRA in relation to individual members or the members of the Society of Lloyds
(1) 1A firm must not enter into an agreement with a customer under which a charge is, or may become, payable for an optional additional product unless the customer has actively elected to obtain that specific product. (2) A firm must not impose a charge on a customer for an optional additional product under an agreement entered into on or after 1 April 2016 unless the customer has actively elected to obtain that specific product before becoming bound to pay the charge.(3) A firm
SUP 12.5.6CGRP
4As SUP 12.5.6A R does not apply to non-investment insurance contracts, there are no restrictions on the number of principals an appointed representative may have in relation to those contracts.
7(-2) This section applies to:13(a) a limited scope SMCR firm (other than a firm in SUP 10C Annex 1 7.10R (Table: Limited scope SMCR firms to which no controlled functions apply)); and13(b) an authorised professional firm that is a core SMCR firm.13(-1) The application of this section is further limited by the rest of this rule.13(1) This section applies to13 an authorised professional firm as follows:13(a) it only applies in respect of its non-mainstream regulated activities;
SUP App 3.9.7GRP
Table 2B: Insurance Distribution14Directive2 Activities/Examples142Part II RAO ActivitiesPart III RAO Investments1.Proposing14 or carrying out other work preparatory to the conclusion of contracts of insurance or reinsurance14.Articles 25, 53(1)10 and 64Articles 75, 89 (see Note 1)141A.Advising on contracts of insurance or reinsuranceArticles 53(1) and 64Articles 75, 892.Concluding contracts of insurance or reinsurance14Articles 21, 25, 53(1)10 and 64Articles 75, 893.Assisting
CREDS 10.1.3RP
ModuleRelevance to Credit UnionsThe Principles for Businesses (PRIN)The Principles for Businesses (PRIN) set out 3high-level requirements 3imposed by the FCA3. They provide a general statement of regulatory requirements. The Principles apply to all9credit unions. In applying the Principles to credit unions, the FCA3 will be mindful of proportionality. In practice, the implications are likely to vary according to the size and complexity 3of the credit union.99999Senior Management
(1) 7The application of CASS for a trustee firm acting as a depositary is set out in CASS 1.4.6 R and CASS 1.4.7 R.(2) The application of CASS for a trustee firm that is not acting as a depositary is limited as follows:(a) the mandate rules apply;(b) for MiFID business, the custody chapter and the client money chapter apply; and(c) for business that is not MiFID business, the custody chapter and the client money chapter apply only to trustee firms acting as trustees of personal
In particular, this guidance covers:(1) invitations and inducements (see PERG 8.4);(2) meaning of 'in the course of business' (see PERG 8.5);(3) meaning of 'communicate' (see PERG 8.6);(4) meaning of 'engage in investment activity' (see PERG 8.7);(4A) meaning of ‘engage in claims management activity’ (see PERG 8.7A);2(5) meaning of 'having an effect in the United Kingdom' (see PERG 8.8);(6) circumstances where the restriction in section 21 does not apply (see PERG 8.9);(7) types