Do we need to know more about what our pensions are saving for and when we might need them? Our guest, the FCA’s Christopher Woolard, wants to hear your views.
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We’ve campaigned for years for an end to rip-off unarranged overdraft fees. Our guest, Chris Woolward, explains how the FCA is shaking up the market.
Both Barclays and Lloyds have announced that they’ve set aside a further £700m for paying out for mis-sold PPI claims. So are you sure you aren’t still owed money for mis-sold PPI? (more on PPI tool…)
The FCA has today announced plans to clean up the credit card market including cracking down on unsolicited credit limit increases. So has yours ever been increased without your knowledge? (more on FCA credit card market study…)
The Financial Conduct Authority has proposed a deadline of June 2019 for people to claim for mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance.
Last summer, Which? research showed the high cost of unarranged overdrafts and how these charges can hit banks’ vulnerable customers the hardest. Rachel Reeves MP joins us to explain why action on these charges is long overdue…
Did you know if someone damages your car, your premium could rise too?
After a near two-year-long probe into the banking sector, the Competition and Markets Authority has today published its proposals to shake up banking. But will it be enough?
If you’ve tried to release your pension early, then you may have come across an unwelcome early exit fee. Well, the Government has confirmed a cap on excessive early exit fees for pension savers. So is this good news for you?
A bad financial decision could be a costly mistake to make. So for those complex choices it can be worth seeking good advice. But not everyone does. So have you ever thought about financial advice before?
The banking industry needs to keep up the momentum on reforms – and the financial regulator must continue to put consumers first. Do you think enough is being done to change banking culture?
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has concluded that competition in the pensions industry isn’t working well enough, and annuity providers have been leaving their customers short changed.
Hidden in the small print of your mortgage contract could be a clause that gives your lender the right to change certain aspects of your loan, including how much interest you pay. Do you think that’s fair?
In a win for our Costly Calls campaign, the FCA has asked financial firms to offer basic rate phone lines for their customers. Here’s Martin Wheatley of the FCA sharing the announcement with you all.