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High Cost Short Term Credit

FCA proposals on price cap for high‑cost short‑term credit (i.e. payday lenders). The FCA published a consultation paper on 15 July 2014 in relation to their proposals for a price cap on high-cost short-term credit (HCSTC) (CP14/10).

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Vulnerable customers and sensitive personal data – a grey area?

We have recently flagged with the Finance and Leasing Association (FLA) the dilemma faced by FCA consumer credit regulated firms who become aware that a customer is vulnerable, but where the customer cannot and will not give consent, between the …

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Do CMCs who make DSARs require FCA authorisation?

The concept of providing ‘credit information services’ was introduced by the Consumer Credit Act 2006. It is now a regulated activity and requires FCA authorisation. So what are the implications for lenders? Who does this affect? What does providing credit …

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