Call for regulator to publish life-assurance commissions

The Financial Regulator should publish details of the commission charged by life assurance companies so that consumers fully understand the charges they pay on investment and pension products, according to Fine Gael finance spokesman Richard Bruton.

23rd September, 2006

The Financial Regulator should publish details of the commission charged by life assurance companies so that consumers fully understand the charges they pay on investment and pension products, according to Fine Gael finance spokesman Richard Bruton.

Bruton was commenting on a report in The Sunday Business Post last weekend, which found that customers who avoid brokers and buy products directly from life assurance companies are still being hit with commission of up to 10 per cent.

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