Claims Management Regulator

The Claims Management Regulator was a unit of the Ministry of Justice that regulated companies providing claims management services to England and Wales. Its regulatory responsibilities passed to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) on 1st April 2019.

This group has closed

The Financial Conduct Authority has taken on responsibility for the regulation of claims management companies (CMCs).

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Role of the group

The Claims Management Regulator worked to protect and promote the interests of consumers and the public, and to ensure that the CMCs it regulated understood and complied with the conditions of their authorisation.

Authorised business register

The FCA now host the list of businesses authorised to provide regulated claims management.

Check the list of authorised claims management companies (CMCs) to check a claims company’s registration

Annual reports

View the Claims Management Regulator annual reports.