A claims management authorisation is required from the Claims Management Regulator at the Ministry of Justice (MOJ) before undertaking regulated claims management activities. This includes marketing or providing claims management services in connection with:
• Personal Injury
• Financial Services
• Housing Disrepair
• Industrial Diseases Disablement Benefit
Obtaining a claims management authorisation from the MOJ requires demonstrating that the firm’s business model is one which meets the requirements of the rules, that the firm’s activities will be compliant, that the firm’s controllers are suitable, and that the firm has appropriate compliance systems and controls in place. Authorisation can only be obtained if the all of the requirements are met.
You can read more about claims management authorisation on the MOJ’s website or you can download our free guide below.
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