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Worst case scenario? House prices could fall 40%

Worst case scenario? House prices could fall 40%

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Charities: FCA could “go further” with new mortgage guidance
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Charities: FCA could “go further” with new mortgage guidance

Premium: A costly burden or collective benefit? Why perception matters on vulnerability

Premium: A costly burden or collective benefit? Why perception matters on vulnerability

Over half of borrowers regret using high cost credit products
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Over half of borrowers regret using high cost credit products

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Specialist mortgage lender secures first securitisation  

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Lowell posts “resilient” collections performance, as cash EBITDA rises

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Evan Davis and FCA to appear at a landmark Credit Summit for 2020

Evan Davis and FCA to appear at a landmark Credit Summit for 2020

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