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Financial Services and Markets Act 2000

2000 Chapter c.8

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Financial Services and Markets Act 2000

2000 Chapter c.8

 

 
ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS


PART I

THE REGULATOR

Section

 

1.

The Financial Services Authority.

The Authority's general duties

2.

The Authority's general duties.


The regulatory objectives

3.

Market confidence.

4.

Public awareness.

5.

The protection of consumers.

6.

The reduction of financial crime.


Corporate governance

7.

Duty of Authority to follow principles of good governance.


Arrangements for consulting practitioners and consumers

8.

The Authority's general duty to consult.

9.

The Practitioner Panel.

10.

The Consumer Panel.

11.

Duty to consider representations by the Panels.


Reviews

12.

Reviews.

13.

Right to obtain documents and information.


Inquiries

14.

Cases in which the Treasury may arrange independent inquiries.

15.

Power to appoint person to hold an inquiry.

16.

Powers of appointed person and procedure.

17.

Conclusion of inquiry.

18.

Obstruction and contempt.


PART II

REGULATED AND PROHIBITED ACTIVITIES

The general prohibition

19.

The general prohibition.


Requirement for permission

20.

Authorised persons acting without permission.


Financial promotion

21.

Restrictions on financial promotion.


Regulated activities

22.

The classes of activity and categories of investment.


Offences

23.

Contravention of the general prohibition.

24.

False claims to be authorised or exempt.

25.

Contravention of section 21.


Enforceability of agreements

26.

Agreements made by unauthorised persons.

27.

Agreements made through unauthorised persons.

28.

Agreements made unenforceable by section 26 or 27.

29.

Accepting deposits in breach of general prohibition.

30.

Enforceability of agreements resulting from unlawful communications.


PART III

AUTHORISATION AND EXEMPTION

Authorisation

31.

Authorised persons.

32.

Partnerships and unincorporated associations.


Ending of authorisation

33.

Withdrawal of authorisation by the Authority.

34.

EEA firms.

35.

Treaty firms.

36.

Persons authorised as a result of paragraph 1(1) of Schedule 5.


Exercise of EEA rights by UK firms

37.

Exercise of EEA rights by UK firms.


Exemption

38.

Exemption orders.

39.

Exemption of appointed representatives.


PART IV

PERMISSION TO CARRY ON REGULATED ACTIVITIES

Application for permission

40.

Application for permission.

41.

The threshold conditions.


Permission

42.

Giving permission.

43.

Imposition of requirements.


Variation and cancellation of Part IV permission

44.

Variation etc. at request of authorised person.

45.

Variation etc. on the Authority's own initiative.

46.

Variation of permission on acquisition of control.

47.

Exercise of power in support of overseas regulator.

48.

Prohibitions and restrictions.


Connected persons

49.

Persons connected with an applicant.


Additional permissions

50.

Authority's duty to consider other permissions etc.


Procedure

51.

Applications under this Part.

52.

Determination of applications.

53.

Exercise of own-initiative power: procedure.

54.

Cancellation of Part IV permission: procedure.


References to the Tribunal

55.

Right to refer matters to the Tribunal.


PART V

PERFORMANCE OF REGULATED ACTIVITIES

Prohibition orders

56.

Prohibition orders.

57.

Prohibition orders: procedure and right to refer to Tribunal.

58.

Applications relating to prohibitions: procedure and right to refer to Tribunal.


Approval

59.

Approval for particular arrangements.

60.

Applications for approval.

61.

Determination of applications.

62.

Applications for approval: procedure and right to refer to Tribunal.

63.

Withdrawal of approval.


Conduct

64.

Conduct: statements and codes.

65.

Statements and codes: procedure.

66.

Disciplinary powers.

67.

Disciplinary measures: procedure and right to refer to Tribunal.

68.

Publication.

69.

Statement of policy.

70.

Statements of policy: procedure.


Breach of statutory duty

71.

Actions for damages.


PART VI

OFFICIAL LISTING

The competent authority

72.

The competent authority.

73.

General duty of the competent authority.


The official list

74.

The official list.


Listing

75.

Applications for listing.

76.

Decision on application.

77.

Discontinuance and suspension of listing.

78.

Discontinuance or suspension: procedure.


Listing particulars

79.

Listing particulars and other documents.

80.

General duty of disclosure in listing particulars.

81.

Supplementary listing particulars.

82.

Exemptions from disclosure.

83.

Registration of listing particulars.


Prospectuses

84.

Prospectuses.

85.

Publication of prospectus.

86.

Application of this Part to prospectuses.

87.

Approval of prospectus where no application for listing.


Sponsors

88.

Sponsors.

89.

Public censure of sponsor.


Compensation

90.

Compensation for false or misleading particulars.


Penalties

91.

Penalties for breach of listing rules.

92.

Procedure.

93.

Statement of policy.

94.

Statements of policy: procedure.


Competition

95.

Competition scrutiny.


Miscellaneous

96.

Obligations of issuers of listed securities.

97.

Appointment by competent authority of persons to carry out investigations.

98.

Advertisements etc. in connection with listing applications.

99.

Fees.

100.

Penalties.

101.

Listing rules: general provisions.

102.

Exemption from liability in damages.

103.

Interpretation of this Part.


PART VII

CONTROL OF BUSINESS TRANSFERS

104.

Control of business transfers.

105.

Insurance business transfer schemes.

106.

Banking business transfer schemes.

107.

Application for order sanctioning transfer scheme.

108.

Requirements on applicants.

109.

Scheme reports.

110.

Right to participate in proceedings.

111.

Sanction of the court for business transfer schemes.

112.

Effect of order sanctioning business transfer scheme.

113.

Appointment of actuary in relation to reduction of benefits.

114.

Rights of certain policyholders.


Business transfers outside the United Kingdom

115.

Certificates for purposes of insurance business transfers overseas.

116.

Effect of insurance business transfers authorised in other EEA States.


Modifications

117.

Power to modify this Part.


PART VIII

PENALTIES FOR MARKET ABUSE

Market abuse

118.

Market abuse.


The code

119.

The Code.

120.

Provisions included in the Authority's code by reference to the City Code.

121.

Codes: procedure.

122.

Effect of the code.


Power to impose penalties

123.

Power to impose penalties in cases of market abuse.


Statement of policy

124.

Statement of policy.

125.

Statement of policy: procedure.


Procedure

126.

Warning notices.

127.

Decision notices and right to refer to Tribunal.


Miscellaneous

128.

Suspension of investigations.

129.

Power of court to impose penalty in cases of market abuse.

130.

Guidance.

131.

Effect on transactions.


PART IX

HEARINGS AND APPEALS

132.

The Financial Services and Markets Tribunal.

133.

Proceedings: general provision.


Legal assistance before the Tribunal

134.

Legal assistance scheme.

135.

Provisions of the legal assistance scheme.

136.

Funding of the legal assistance scheme.


Appeals

137.

Appeal on a point of law.


PART X

RULES AND GUIDANCE

CHAPTER I

RULE-MAKING POWERS

138.

General rule-making power.

139.

Miscellaneous ancillary matters.

140.

Restriction on managers of authorised unit trust schemes.

141.

Insurance business rules.

142.

Insurance business: regulations supplementing Authority's rules.

143.

Endorsement of codes etc.


Specific rules

144.

Price stabilising rules.

145.

Financial promotion rules.

146.

Money laundering rules.

147.

Control of information rules.


Modification or waiver

148.

Modification or waiver of rules.


Contravention of rules

149.

Evidential provisions.

150.

Actions for damages.

151.

Limits on effect of contravening rules.


Procedural provisions

152.

Notification of rules to the Treasury.

153.

Rule-making instruments.

154.

Verification of rules.

155.

Consultation.

156.

General supplementary powers.


CHAPTER II

GUIDANCE

157.

Guidance.

158.

Notification of guidance to the Treasury.


CHAPTER III

COMPETITION SCRUTINY

159.

Interpretation.

160.

Reports by Director General of Fair Trading.

161.

Power of Director to request information.

162.

Consideration by Competition Commission.

163.

Role of the Treasury.

164.

The Competition Act 1998.


PART XI

INFORMATION GATHERING AND INVESTIGATIONS

Powers to gather information

165.

Authority's power to require information.

166.

Reports by skilled persons.


Appointment of investigators

167.

Appointment of persons to carry out general investigations.

168.

Appointment of persons to carry out investigations in particular cases.


Assistance to overseas regulators

169.

Investigations etc. in support of overseas regulator.


Conduct of investigations

170.

Investigations: general.

171.

Powers of persons appointed under section 167.

172.

Additional power of persons appointed as a result of section 168(1) or (4).

173.

Powers of persons appointed as a result of section 168(2).

174.

Admissibility of statements made to investigators.

175.

Information and documents: supplemental provisions.

176.

Entry of premises under warrant.


Offences

177.

Offences.


PART XII

CONTROL OVER AUTHORISED PERSONS

Notice of control

178.

Obligation to notify the Authority.


Acquiring, increasing and reducing control

179.

Acquiring control.

180.

Increasing control.

181.

Reducing control.


Acquiring or increasing control: procedure

182.

Notification.

183.

Duty of Authority in relation to notice of control.

184.

Approval of acquisition of control.

185.

Conditions attached to approval.

186.

Objection to acquisition of control.

187.

Objection to existing control.

188.

Notices of objection under section 187: procedure.


Improperly acquired shares

189.

Improperly acquired shares.


Reducing control: procedure

190.

Notification.


Offences

191.

Offences under this Part.


Miscellaneous

192.

Power to change definitions of control etc.


PART XIII

INCOMING FIRMS: INTERVENTION BY AUTHORITY

Interpretation

193.

Interpretation of this Part.

194.

General grounds on which power of intervention is exercisable.

195.

Exercise of power in support of overseas regulator.

196.

The power of intervention.


Exercise of power of intervention

197.

Procedure on exercise of power of intervention.

198.

Power to apply to court for injunction in respect of certain overseas insurance companies.

199.

Additional procedure for EEA firms in certain cases.


Supplemental

200.

Rescission and variation of requirements.

201.

Effect of certain requirements on other persons.

202.

Contravention of requirement imposed under this Part.


Powers of Director General of Fair Trading

203.

Power to prohibit the carrying on of Consumer Credit Act business.

204.

Power to restrict the carrying on of Consumer Credit Act business.


PART XIV

DISCIPLINARY MEASURES

205.

Public censure.

206.

Financial penalties.

207.

Proposal to take disciplinary measures.

208.

Decision notice.

209.

Publication.

210.

Statements of policy.

211.

Statements of policy: procedure.


PART XV

THE FINANCIAL SERVICES COMPENSATION SCHEME

The scheme manager

212.

The scheme manager.


The scheme

213.

The compensation scheme.


Provisions of the scheme

214.

General.

215.

Rights of the scheme in relevant person's insolvency.

216.

Continuity of long-term insurance policies.

217.

Insurers in financial difficulties.


Annual report

218.

Annual report.


Information and documents

219.

Scheme manager's power to require information.

220.

Scheme manager's power to inspect information held by liquidator etc.

221.

Powers of court where information required.


Miscellaneous

222.

Statutory immunity.

223.

Management expenses.

224.

Scheme manager's power to inspect documents held by Official Receiver etc.


PART XVI

THE OMBUDSMAN SCHEME

The scheme

225.

The scheme and the scheme operator.

226.

Compulsory jurisdiction.

227.

Voluntary jurisdiction.


Determination of complaints

228.

Determination under the compulsory jurisdiction.

229.

Awards.

230.

Costs.


Information

231.

Ombudsman's power to require information.

232.

Powers of court where information required.

233.

Data protection.


Funding

234.

Industry funding.


PART XVII

COLLECTIVE INVESTMENT SCHEMES

CHAPTER I

INTERPRETATION

235.

Collective investment schemes.

236.

Open-ended investment companies.

237.

Other definitions.


CHAPTER II

RESTRICTIONS ON PROMOTION

238.

Restrictions on promotion.

239.

Single property schemes.

240.

Restriction on approval of promotion.

241.

Actions for damages.


CHAPTER III

AUTHORISED UNIT TRUST SCHEMES

Applications for authorisation

242.

Applications for authorisation of unit trust schemes.

243.

Authorisation orders.

244.

Determination of applications.


Applications refused

245.

Procedure when refusing an application.


Certificates

246.

Certificates.


Rules

247.

Trust scheme rules.

248.

Scheme particulars rules.

249.

Disqualification of auditor for breach of trust scheme rules.

250.

Modification or waiver of rules.


Alterations

251.

Alteration of schemes and changes of manager or trustee.

252.

Procedure when refusing approval of change of manager or trustee.


Exclusion clauses

253.

Avoidance of exclusion clauses.


Ending of authorisation

254.

Revocation of authorisation order otherwise than by consent.

255.

Procedure.

256.

Requests for revocation of authorisation order.


Powers of intervention

257.

Directions.

258.

Applications to the court.

259.

Procedure on giving directions under section 257 and varying them on Authority's own initiative.

260.

Procedure: refusal to revoke or vary direction.

261.

Procedure: revocation of direction and grant of request for variation.


CHAPTER IV

OPEN-ENDED INVESTMENT COMPANIES

262.

Open-ended investment companies.

263.

Amendment of section 716 Companies Act 1985.


CHAPTER V

RECOGNISED OVERSEAS SCHEMES

Schemes constituted in other EEA States

264.

Schemes constituted in other EEA States.

265.

Representations and references to the Tribunal.

266.

Disapplication of rules.

267.

Power of Authority to suspend promotion of scheme.

268.

Procedure on giving directions under section 267 and varying them on Authority's own initiative.

269.

Procedure on application for variation or revocation of direction.


Schemes authorised in designated countries or territories

270.

Schemes authorised in designated countries or territories.

271.

Procedure.


Individually recognised overseas schemes

272.

Individually recognised overseas schemes.

273.

Matters that may be taken into account.

274.

Applications for recognition of individual schemes.

275.

Determination of applications.

276.

Procedure when refusing an application.

277.

Alteration of schemes and changes of operator, trustee or depositary.


Schemes recognised under sections 270 and 272

278.

Rules as to scheme particulars.

279.

Revocation of recognition.

280.

Procedure.

281.

Directions.

282.

Procedure on giving directions under section 281 and varying them otherwise than as requested.


Facilities and information in UK

283.

Facilities and information in UK.


CHAPTER VI

INVESTIGATIONS

284.

Power to investigate.


PART XVIII

RECOGNISED INVESTMENT EXCHANGES AND CLEARING HOUSES

CHAPTER I

EXEMPTION

General

285.

Exemption for recognised investment exchanges and clearing houses.

286.

Qualification for recognition.


Applications for recognition

287.

Application by an investment exchange.

288.

Application by a clearing house.

289.

Applications: supplementary.

290.

Recognition orders.

291.

Liability in relation to recognised body's regulatory functions.

292.

Overseas investment exchanges and overseas clearing houses.


Supervision

293.

Notification requirements.

294.

Modification or waiver of rules.

295.

Notification: overseas investment exchanges and overseas clearing houses.

296.

Authority's power to give directions.

297.

Revoking recognition.

298.

Directions and revocation: procedure.

299.

Complaints about recognised bodies.

300.

Extension of functions of Tribunal.


Other matters

301.

Supervision of certain contracts.


CHAPTER II

COMPETITION SCRUTINY

302.

Interpretation.

Role of Director General of Fair Trading

303.

Initial report by Director.

304.

Further reports by Director.

305.

Investigations by Director.


Role of Competition Commission

306.

Consideration by Competition Commission.


Role of the Treasury

307.

Recognition orders: role of the Treasury.

308.

Directions by the Treasury.

309.

Statements by the Treasury.

310.

Procedure on exercise of certain powers by the Treasury.


CHAPTER III

EXCLUSION FROM THE COMPETITION ACT 1998

311.

The Chapter I prohibition.

312.

The Chapter II prohibition.


CHAPTER IV

Interpretation

313.

Interpretation of Part XVIII.


PART XIX

LLOYD'S

General

314.

Authority's general duty.


The Society

315.

The Society: authorisation and permission.


Power to apply Act to Lloyd's underwriting

316.

Direction by Authority.

317.

The core provisions.

318.

Exercise of powers through Council.

319.

Consultation.


Former underwriting members

320.

Former underwriting members.

321.

Requirements imposed under section 320.

322.

Rules applicable to former underwriting members.


Transfers of business done at Lloyd's

323.

Transfer schemes.


Supplemental

324.

Interpretation of this Part.


PART XX

PROVISION OF FINANCIAL SERVICES BY MEMBERS OF THE PROFESSIONS

325.

Authority's general duty.

326.

Designation of professional bodies.

327.

Exemption from the general prohibition.

328.

Directions in relation to the general prohibition.

329.

Orders in relation to the general prohibition.

330.

Consultation.

331.

Procedure on making or varying orders under section 329.

332.

Rules in relation to persons to whom the general prohibition does not apply.

333.

False claims to be a person to whom the general prohibition does not apply.


PART XXI

MUTUAL SOCIETIES

Friendly societies

334.

The Friendly Societies Commission.

335.

The Registry of Friendly Societies.


Building societies

336.

The Building Societies Commission.

337.

The Building Societies Investor Protection Board.


Industrial and provident societies and credit unions

338.

Industrial and provident societies and credit unions.


Supplemental

339.

Supplemental provisions.


PART XXII

AUDITORS AND ACTUARIES

Appointment

340.

Appointment.


Information

341.

Access to books etc.

342.

Information given by auditor or actuary to the Authority.

343.

Information given by auditor or actuary to the Authority: persons with close links.

344.

Duty of auditor or actuary resigning etc. to give notice.


Disqualification

345.

Disqualification.


Offence

346.

Provision of false or misleading information to auditor or actuary.


PART XXIII

PUBLIC RECORD, DISCLOSURE OF INFORMATION AND CO-OPERATION

The public record

347.

The record of authorised persons etc.


Disclosure of information

348.

Restrictions on disclosure of confidential information by Authority etc.

349.

Exceptions from section 348.

350.

Disclosure of information by the Inland Revenue.

351.

Competition information.

352.

Offences.

353.

Removal of other restrictions on disclosure.


Co-operation

354.

Authority's duty to co-operate with others.


PART XXIV

INSOLVENCY

Interpretation

355.

Interpretation of this Part.


Voluntary arrangements

356.

Authority's powers to participate in proceedings: company voluntary arrangements.

357.

Authority's powers to participate in proceedings: individual voluntary arrangements.

358.

Authority's powers to participate in proceedings: trust deeds for creditors in Scotland.


Administration orders

359.

Petitions.

360.

Insurers.

361.

Administrator's duty to report to Authority.

362.

Authority's powers to participate in proceedings.


Receivership

363.

Authority's powers to participate in proceedings.

364.

Receiver's duty to report to Authority.


Voluntary winding up

365.

Authority's powers to participate in proceedings.

366.

Insurers effecting or carrying out long-term contracts of insurance.


Winding up by the court

367.

Winding-up petitions.

368.

Winding-up petitions: EEA and Treaty firms.

369.

Insurers: service of petition etc. on Authority.

370.

Liquidator's duty to report to Authority.

371.

Authority's powers to participate in proceedings.


Bankruptcy

372.

Petitions.

373.

Insolvency practitioner's duty to report to Authority.

374.

Authority's powers to participate in proceedings.


Provisions against debt avoidance

375.

Authority's right to apply for an order.


Supplemental provisions concerning insurers

376.

Continuation of contracts of long-term insurance where insurer in liquidation.

377.

Reducing the value of contracts instead of winding up.

378.

Treatment of assets on winding up.

379.

Winding-up rules.


PART XXV

INJUNCTIONS AND RESTITUTION

Injunctions

380.

Injunctions.

381.

Injunctions in cases of market abuse.


Restitution orders

382.

Restitution orders.

383.

Restitution orders in cases of market abuse.


Restitution required by Authority

384.

Power of Authority to require restitution.

385.

Warning notices.

386.

Decision notices.


PART XXVI

NOTICES

Warning notices

387.

Warning notices.


Decision notices

388.

Decision notices.


Conclusion of proceedings

389.

Notices of discontinuance.

390.

Final notices.


Publication

391.

Publication.


Third party rights and access to evidence

392.

Application of sections 393 and 394.

393.

Third party rights.

394.

Access to Authority material.


The Authority's procedures

395.

The Authority's procedures.

396.

Statements under section 395: consultation.


PART XXVII

OFFENCES

Miscellaneous offences

397.

Misleading statements and practices.

398.

Misleading the Authority: residual cases.

399.

Misleading the Director General of Fair Trading.


Bodies corporate and partnerships

400.

Offences by bodies corporate etc.


Institution of proceedings

401.

Proceedings for offences.

402.

Power of the Authority to institute proceedings for certain other offences.

403.

Jurisdiction and procedure in respect of offences.


PART XXVIII

MISCELLANEOUS

Schemes for reviewing past business

404.

Schemes for reviewing past business.


Third countries

405.

Directions.

406.

Interpretation of section 405.

407.

Consequences of a direction under section 405.

408.

EFTA firms.

409.

Gibraltar.


International obligations

410.

International obligations.


Tax treatment of levies and repayments

411.

Tax treatment of levies and repayments.


Gaming contracts

412.

Gaming contracts.


Limitation on powers to require documents

413.

Protected items.


Service of notices

414.

Service of notices.


Jurisdiction

415.

Jurisdiction in civil proceedings.


Removal of certain unnecessary provisions

416.

Provisions relating to industrial assurance and certain other enactments.


PART XXIX

INTERPRETATION

417.

Definitions.

418.

Carrying on regulated activities in the United Kingdom.

419.

Carrying on regulated activities by way of business.

420.

Parent and subsidiary undertaking.

421.

Group.

422.

Controller.

423.

Manager.

424.

Insurance.

425.

Expressions relating to authorisation elsewhere in the single market.


PART XXX

SUPPLEMENTAL

426.

Consequential and supplementary provision.

427.

Transitional provisions.

428.

Regulations and orders.

429.

Parliamentary control of statutory instruments.

430.

Extent.

431.

Commencement.

432.

Minor and consequential amendments, transitional provisions and repeals.

433.

Short title.

 


SCHEDULES

    Schedule 1

-

The Financial Services Authority.

    Part I

-

General.

    Part II

-

Status.

    Part III

-

Penalties and Fees.

    Part IV

-

Miscellaneous.

    Schedule 2

-

Regulated Activities.

    Part I

-

Regulated Activities.

    Part II

-

Investments.

    Part III

-

Supplemental Provisions.

    Schedule 3

-

EEA Passport Rights.

    Part I

-

Defined terms.

    Part II

-

Exercise of Passport Rights by EEA Firms.

    Part III

-

Exercise of Passport Rights by UK Firms.

    Schedule 4

-

Treaty Rights.

    Schedule 5

-

Persons Concerned in Collective Investment Schemes.

    Schedule 6

-

Threshold Conditions.

    Part I

-

Part IV Permission.

    Part II

-

Authorisation.

    Part III

-

Additional Conditions.

    Schedule 7

-

The Authority as Competent Authority for Part VI.

    Schedule 8

-

Transfer of functions under Part VI.

    Schedule 9

-

Non-listing Prospectuses.

    Schedule 10

-

Compensation: Exemptions.

    Schedule 11

-

Offers of Securities.

    Schedule 12

-

Transfer schemes: certificates.

    Part I

-

Insurance Business Transfer Schemes.

    Part II

-

Banking Business Transfer Schemes.

    Part III

-

Insurance business transfers effected outside the United Kingdom.

    Schedule 13

-

The Financial Services and Markets Tribunal.

    Part I

-

General.

    Part II

-

The Tribunal.

    Part III

-

Constitution of Tribunal.

    Part IV

-

Tribunal Procedure.

    Schedule 14

-

Role of the Competition Commission.

    Schedule 15

-

Information and Investigations: Connected Persons.

    Part I

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Rules for Specific Bodies.

    Part II

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Additional Rules.

    Schedule 16

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Prohibitions and Restrictions imposed by Director General of Fair Trading.

    Schedule 17

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The Ombudsman Scheme.

    Part I

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General.

    Part II

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The Scheme Operator.

    Part III

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The Compulsory Jurisdiction.

    Part IV

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The Voluntary Jurisdiction.

    Schedule 18

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Mutuals.

    Part I

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Friendly Societies.

    Part II

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Friendly Societies: Subsidiaries and Controlled Bodies.

    Part III

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Building Societies.

    Part IV

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Industrial and Provident Societies.

    Part V

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Credit Unions.

    Schedule 19

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Competition Information.

    Part I

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Persons and functions for the purposes of section 351.

    Part II

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The enactments.

    Schedule 20

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Minor and Consequential Amendments.

    Schedule 21

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Transitional Provisions and Savings.

    Schedule 22

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Repeals.

 

 


 

 

 

 

Marine & Boat Insurance Providers Table

 

Company

Type of Insurance

Website

24 hour dinghy insurance

Dinghy & Sailboard Insurance Immediate insurance premiums displayed by clicking onto the class of craft.

24 hour dinghy insurance

ABG

We've teamed up with Boatinsure.co.uk to provide our clients with a competitive online marine quote: DINGHY, SPEED BOAT, SMALL YACHT, CABIN CRUISER.

ABG

Affinity Insurance Brokers

Official Brokers to the Irish Sailing Association. Affinity Insurance Brokers, the premier source for insurance coverage and risk management advice for Ireland's sailing and fishing communities.

Affinity

Amilcroft

Cargo INSURANCE. Take advantage of capacity and services through the London market and other specialist insurers. Our arrangements include insurers able to write surplus lines in most of North America.

Amilcroft

Arden Insurance

Arden Insurance Services are able to arrange cover on all craft from the smallest of dinghies to the largest ocean going vessels. Discounts are also available for: RYA Qualifications, Policy excesses up to 1,000GBP, Craft in Marina Berths, Craft with alarms. Many of our standard policies include: Third Party Liability up to 2,000,000GBP, 12 Months in commission cover, Underwater Machinery Damage, Protected No Claims Bonus, Road Transit Cover, Legal Protection Cover.

Arden Insurance

Edwards & Associates

We offer marine insurance to cover pleasure boats such as yachts and cabin cruisers, as well as larger private boats. Whether you are looking for personal or commercial marine insurance, we have a large base of insurers who we use to make sure that you get the best possible deal: Personal and Commercial Marine Insurance.

Edwards & Associates

BC-Marine Inurance

Set the right course to solve your Marine Insurance Requirements. Marine Craft Insurance, Legal Protection, Foreign Travel, Boat SalesAccident & Medical, Loss Of Earnings, Marine Finance, Marine Tradesmen, Crew Liability, Instalment Plans, Boat Builders & Repairers, Public Liability, Recovery & Assistance, Product Liability. UK, Ireland, Scotland, Wales & the EU.

BC-Marine Inurance

Bishops

We have particular expertise in the following: International Marine, Cargo, Inland Goods in Transit, Hauliers Liability, Freight Forwarders Liability.

Bishops plc

Alfred Blackmore

Alfred Blackmore Group Ltd UK insurance broker specialising in bloodstock, classic car, construction, financial services, healthcare, international motor, marine, professional indemnity, reinsurance and special accident.

Alfred Blackmore

Blythin & Brown

Loughborough brokers provide online quotes for marine insurance, and also offer a full range of financial advice.

Blythin & Brown

Boatinsure

Marine insurance underwritten by Lloyd's of London. Discover what is covered by the policies, read the FAQs, get an online quote or claim online.

Boatinsure

Business.Insurance-Site.co.uk

Covers most commercial risks in the following industries: manufacture, motor trade, haulage supply, farms, shops, offices, clubs, pubs, hotels and marine (ONLINE APPLICATION FORM).

Business.Insurance-Site.co.uk

Craftinsure

German marine insurer provides boat-insurance services throughout Europe. Select a boat type, get a quick quote, and track a claim. 20% internet purchase discount.

Craftinsure

Newton Crum

Dinghy - Narrowboat - Motorboat - Sailboard- Yacht - Marine Insurance. FREE INSURANCE QUOTATIONS no charge or obligation. Dinghy Insurance, Sailboard Insurance, Inland Waterways Insurance, Yacht - Motorboat - Speedboat Insurance, Stolen Boat List.

Newton Crum

Engine Breakdown Cover Ltd.

Offers unique insurance policies for marine in-board engines.

Engine Breakdown Cover

Fairmont Insurance Services

Super Yacht Insurance for yachts in excess of $1 Million to over $125 Million. Coverage includes Liability, Loss of Charter, and Crew Personal Accident and Medical.

Fairmontinsure

Lucas Fettes & Partners

Marine Insurance: Hull and accessories of a vessel, passengers and worldwide cargo movements.

Lucas Fettes

Navigators and General

Navigators and General has been at the forefront of yacht and motorboat insurance since 1921 and has been the market leader in this field for over 70 years. Navigators & General is part of the Zurich Financial Services Group and Financial Ombudsman Service, providing policyholders with world-class security. Today, Navigators provides cover for vessels with a total value in excess of 750,000,000. Underwriting insurance for all types of leisure craft, from dinghies to 5,000,000 vessels, has provided us with the breadth of experience to understand even the most individual requirements.

Navigators and General

Giles Insurance Brokers

Marine Insurance. Dinghy, Power Boat, Yacht, Cabin Cruiser, Jet Ski, Charter Boat, Commercial Fishing Boat, Yacht Yard

Giles Insurance Brokers

SHW Group

Marine Cargo Insurance. Cover is arranged with specialist insurers and the individual policies are written to suit your business requirements including if required Warehousing for distribution during export or import.

SHW Group

LONHAM GROUP LTD

Freight legal liability for both UK and international domiciled companies. Freight legal liability insurance, Cargo insurance, Charterer's Liability insurance. Delegated authority to deal with claims matters relating to marine insurance.

Lonham Group

Mardon Marine Insurance Brokers

boat-insurance.co.uk and yacht-insurance.co.uk are the websites of Mardon Marine and maritime Underwriting Agencies Ltd. (Including Maritime Underwriting Agencies Ltd)

Mardon Marine

Noble Marine

Noble Marine are specialist insurance brokers dealing with all classes Yacht insurance, rowing insurance, laser class, dinghy insurance, sailboard insurance.

Noble Marine

Rob, Perry Marine

Need Insurance? We are agents for one of the most competitive insurance brokers in the country who specialise in marine insurance.

Rob, Perry Marine

Pendleton May

We operate a scheme for the insurance of yachts, motor boats and small craft. Our expertise, experience and number of clients insuring their boats enables us to provide you with wide cover at competitive cost. Try us by completing our form.

Pendleton May

Terra Nova

Terra Nova Protection & Indemnity provides fixed premium P&I cover for the Owner / Manager / Charterers of commercial ships operating in domestic, coastwise or short-sea trades.

Terra Nova

Oban Insurance Centre

Read about the insurance schemes covering marine, holidays, business, motoring and agriculture. Offers an online quote system.

Oban Insurance

B Portwood & Co.Ltd

Marine and boat insurance. On-line insurance rates are provided for dinghies, canoes, sailboards, small craft, inflatables, speedboats, yachts and motorboats for use in the uk and in Western Europe for up to 60 days.

Portwood

Alexander Brooks & Stevens Ltd

Marine Insurance providers

Alexander Brooks & Stevens

Graham Sykes Insurance

Graham Sykes Insurance insure a variety of boats. Our polices cover you for use on inland and costal waterways between May and September. Smaller craft usually have to be laid up ashore over the winter months. For larger vessels we can provide cover for them all year round. For the water skiers out there we can usually extend your policy to include liability for towing water skiers.

Graham Sykes

Craig & Suttar

In most cases we can provide all risks cover including third party liability for you and your craft. Polices cover you for use on inland and costal waterways between May and September. For the waterskiers out there we can usually extend your policy to include liability for towing waterskiers. In some case we can add your boat onto your house contents insurance which is sometimes cheaper.

Craig & Suttar

Tyser (UK) Ltd

Marine and boat Insurance

Tyser (UK) Ltd

Yachtsman Marine Insurance Ireland

Yachtsman Marine Insurance Ireland. Sports boats, Yacht cruisers, motor cruisers. We offer yachtsmen an exceptional insurance package at a highly competitive price. We are constantly reviewing our policy wording to provide the most up to date terms and conditions to ensure that our clients have the most appropriate cover.

Yachtsman Insurance

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

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