Claims management regulation
The Claims Management Regulator is responsible for regulating businesses that handle certain types of claims for compensation in relation to personal injury, financial products/services (such as mis-sold payment protection insurance), employment matters, criminal injuries, industrial injuries disablement benefit and housing disrepair.
Businesses providing these types of services are most commonly known as claims management companies.
You can check if a business is regulated by checking our authorised business register.
- Proposals to amend the Conduct of Authorised Persons Rules: The Financial Services Perspective - consultation
- Regulation fees paid by claims management companies - consultation
- Rogue PPI claim companies targeted by fines and toughened regulations
- Claims Management Regulation Bulletin No. 21, October 2013
- Claims Management Regulation Update: Current Issues and Future Reforms – October 2013
- Claims Management Regulation Annual Report 2012/13