The financial watchdog has raised concerns that debt management companies are not carrying out thorough annual reviews
Andrew Bailey, chief executive of the FCA, explains why the regulator is widening its focus on lending
The Government has been likened to a payday lender after refusing to reverse its freeze on repayment thresholds
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