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Court ruling could open door for more PPI claims

Consumers who bought PPI on loans and credit cards may have a new avenue for demanding compensation after court ruling

Wonga launches new TV ad campaign, which it says won't be shown on kids' TV

Payday lender Wonga is launching a new advertising campaign after ditching its controversial puppet ads

PPI complaints down, but payday loan gripes soar, says Ombudsman

Complaints about Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) have halved, while those about packaged bank accounts have risen

Insurers fail to give clear information on payment options

People buying home and car insurance online are not given clear information about payment options, the FCA says

Clydesdale Bank to review PPI claims after record £20.6m fine

Clydesdale customers who made a PPI claim before August 2014 will have their claim reviewed, following a £20m fine

Investigation launched into claims that pensions data is being sold to criminals

An investigation has been launched into claims that millions of people's pension pot details are being sold to criminals

Plans to help savers get the best pension income confirmed

Pension providers will have to give more support to savers accessing their pension pots in future, under FCA plans

Opt-out selling of insurance add-ons may be banned

Firms may be banned from automatically opting customers in to add-on insurance products, if FCA plans go ahead

Plans to allow savers to sell their pension income revealed

Five million people who've already bought an annuity will be given the same freedoms as people nearing retirement

Current account switching 'working well', but improvement still needed

Seven day current account switching is working well for those who've used the service but there is a lack of confidence

Payday lenders are failing customers in arrears

Payday lenders are "failing customers in arrears" and using "unacceptable practices", a review of the market has found

Payday lenders must be on comparison sites from next year

Online payday lenders will be forced to publish details of their products on at least one price comparison website