Related provisions for PERG 6.4.2

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The exclusion may1 be of assistance to introducers who would otherwise be carrying on the regulated activity of making arrangements with a view to transactions in investments.1 Introducers may also find the guidance at PERG 5.9.2 G (The regulated activities: agreeing to carry on a regulated activity) and PERG 5.6.4BG to PERG 5.6.4EG1 helpful. PERG 5.6.17 G (Exclusion from article 25(2) for introducing) has guidance to assist persons to1 determine whether their introducing
PERG 5.12.13GRP
The purpose of this guidance is to help persons consider whether they need authorisation or a variation of their Part 4A permission. Businesses1 who act only as introducers of insurance business are directed in particular to PERG 5.6.2 G1 to PERG 5.6.9 G1 to help consider whether they require authorisation. This guidance also explains the availability to persons carrying on insurance distribution activities1 of certain exemptions from regulation, including the possibility of becoming
3To the extent that a firm4 has provided the information required by FEES 4.4.7 D to the FCA as part of its compliance with another provision of the Handbook, it is deemed to have complied with the provisions of that direction.444
1(1) 1In taking reasonable care to ensure the suitability of advice on a payment protection contract or a pure protection contract a firm should:(a) 1establish the customer's demands and needs by2 using information readily available2 to the firm and by obtaining further relevant information from the customer, including details of existing insurance cover; it need not consider alternatives to policies2 nor customer needs that are not relevant to the type of policy2 in which the
The purpose of this chapter is to provide conduct rules and guidance on credit unions’ holding of shares and deposits, joint accounts, borrowings and insurance cover.