Ongoing exposure of poor practice in the financial services industry has "shattered" the public's trust, an expert has said.
Ros Altmann, an independent pensions expert and savers' campaigner, said: "Too often, insurers rely on customer inertia and take advantage of people's trust.
"Insurance is meant to offer both protection and future growth at a reasonable price, yet all too often its product pricing relies on customer inertia to recoup costs from captive customers."
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