consumer claims

Unintended consequences of the 2015 Summer Budget

Unintended consequences of the 2015 Summer Budget

In his 2015 summer Budget, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne announced a raft of measures intended to “recognise the hard work and sacrifice of the British people” with a Budget that “sets out a plan for Britain for the next 5 years to keep moving us from a low wage, high tax, high welfare economy; to the higher wage, lower tax, lower welfare country.” 

EU Data Protection Legislation

EU Data Protection Legislation

Unintended consequences and the potential impact on the credit and debt market

The proposed EU data protection legislation threatens to change fundamentally the way lending decisions can be made. In this white paper, we consider the unintended consequences of the proposed legislation and the potential impact on the UK’s credit and debt market.

 

Managing misselling

Managing misselling

Claims regarding PPI may be starting to dwindle but the controversy provides some valuable lessons in how lenders should deal with misselling claims.

Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) has never been far from the headlines. Lenders have shelled out more than £12.9bn in compensation since January 2011, according to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), as claims management companies (CMCs) went after lenders on behalf on individual clients.

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