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StepChange: Payday loans – The next generation

StepChange: Payday loans – The next generation

In 2015 the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) introduced stricter rules on payday lending to help regulate the market, making it fairer for borrowers. StepChange Debt Charity’s latest report looks at differences in the industry since these changes were brought in.
FCA: Packaged bank accounts

FCA: Packaged bank accounts

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has published findings from its thematic review of packaged bank accounts. The regulator said new rules on packaged bank accounts have improved standards, but firms have more work to do on sales and complaints handling
FCA: Fair treatment of mortgage customers in payment shortfall

FCA: Fair treatment of mortgage customers in payment shortfall

StepChange: Falling into the red - How overdrafts can lead to problem debt

StepChange: Falling into the red - How overdrafts can lead to problem debt

FCA: Senior Managers and Certification Regime

FCA: Senior Managers and Certification Regime

StepChange: London in the red

StepChange: London in the red

Events

Credit Week

Credit Week

The UK and European credit industry descends on London for Credit Week, the largest gathering of credit industry professionals across the continent.
Join Europe’s biggest lenders, creditors, alternative finance firms, debt sellers and more for a unique opportunity to meet with your European counterparts during a week of conferences, meetings, industry networking and events. Forge new connections, opportunities and alliances while keeping up-to-speed with the regulatory requirements.
Standards of Lending Practice for Business Customers - part of Credit Week

Standards of Lending Practice for Business Customers - part of Credit Week

Following the launch of the Standards of Lending Practice for personal customers in 2016, the LSB, in partnership with Registered Firms and the wider industry, has been developing the Standards of Lending Practice for business customers.
The DBC for Collections Live Debate - part of Credit Week

The DBC for Collections Live Debate - part of Credit Week

The inaugural DBC for Collections Live Debate will be held on Tuesday 28 March at the Law Society, London. The topic on this occasion is: ‘What disruption will the advent of digital technology bring to the collections industry – and what long-standing challenges can it overcome in the process?’
Parliamentary Reception - part of Credit Week

Parliamentary Reception - part of Credit Week

Held in the corridors of power - enjoy an afternoon liaising with the government and regulatory powerbrokers as you seek to understand your industry’s regulatory requirements for the next few years, and discuss your challenges and observations with those setting the regulatory tone.

This invite-only afternoon reception will see the industry catching up with their industry peers and forging new contacts both within the regulatory world and the world of lending.
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