Which? and MoneySavingExpert.com hosted a summit yesterday to kick-off our joint initiative to put consumer interest at the heart of PPI compensation. There’s work to be done but we’ve made good progress…
Posts tagged with "watchdog"
Despite paying billions in compensation for mis-selling, the banks’ bonus culture shows no signs of abating. Does there need to be a major change in how banks do business?
‘It’s not you, it’s me’. ‘I’m looking for something new’. While these may be common break-up excuses, today’s break-up marks the start of something beautiful. Find out why I’ve fallen back in love.
You hear the stat 9,000 per day and what do you think? Number of children skipping school, number of people offered jobs or even the number of Which? Convo comments. Sadly, the answer is bank complaints.
Has the presenter on the telly promised you you’ll be rich, or guaranteed you a premium offer which isn’t actually available to you? Our prognosis – financial advertitis, where ads promise more than they deliver.
We’ve invited Martin Wheatley, the CEO designate of the new Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), to share his insight on the soon to be financial watchdog. He’s asked for the FCA to be judged on its results.
It’s the day you’ve all been waiting for. No, not Valentine’s Day – the day we reveal which furry hopefuls have made the shortlist to be the face of our Watchdog not Lapdog campaign. Come and vote for your favourite…
We recently investigated six financial products we believe you can do without. We think each one represents poor value for money – and often there are cheaper, better alternatives. Do you have any to add?
It’s the New Year, and in the spirit of turning over a new leaf, the government is throwing out the old rule book to recast the way the banks are regulated. Great – but we want to make sure this watchdog works…
Parliamentary procedure. Competitive financial services. The shipping forecast. Three very important things that are unlikely to get the pulse racing, but at least two are actually worth paying attention to.