Regulation by the AFM

The AFM regulates insurance companies in different ways:

  1. By ensuring that consumers are properly informed. For example, if an advertisement breaks the rules, the AFM can intervene and if necessary impose sanctions.
  2. If an insurance policy also has an investment component, the insurer must provide the consumer with a Financial Information Leaflet. The AFM assesses whether these Financial Information Leaflets meet the standards set down for them.

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