A UK government minister has been told that the attitude of the
country's financial regulator is the greatest roadblock to
attracting more overseas (re)insurance companies and business into
the London market.
Lord Marland attended the Monte Carlo reinsurance Rendez-Vous last month, where he met a series of London and Bermuda CEO to discuss the UK's attractiveness as a domicile for their companies.
According to a high level source, the UK Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne has since been briefed...
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