Despite its title, this report can be seen as the third in the Building the new Regulator series issued by the Financial Services Authority. It was issued in October 2002. It sets out the regulatory agenda (for insurance firms) for the next few years, and is a result of the so-called Tiner project. It emphasises that firms should realise that the new style of regulation means that they should modernise their governance and risk management frameworks, and their systems and controls. Half a dozen areas of particular concern are highlighted. The report is available at http://www.fsa.gov.uk/pubs/policy/bnr_progress3.pdf.