The FCA's Chris Woolard sets out what the FCA has learned in its review of high-cost credit and where it will focus next
The price cap, which means people will never have to pay more than double what they originally borrowed, will remain
The FCA has branded a claim that it will be relaxing the price cap on payday loans as "complete fiction"
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The Financial Ombudsman Service has found that complaints about payday lenders have tripled in 12 months
The payday lender is investigating an "illegal and unauthorised access" of customer info including bank account details
Two years on from the payday loan charge cap, the FCA will widen its focus to review all expensive loans
Andrew Bailey, chief executive of the FCA, explains why the regulator is widening its focus on lending
New all-in-one monthly payments could harm those who lack support to budget effectively, MSE founder warns
Vulnerable customers have been forced to borrow even more money after a glitch left them unable to pay their bills
Payday loan firm CFO Lending will pay more than £34m of redress to 97,000 customers after treating them unfairly
Millions are spending at least 40% of their wages on debt repayments, research has found
Payday loans and packaged bank account complaints have skyrocketed during 2015/16, but PPI remains top of the league
Payday lenders will no longer be able to advertise on Google from 13 July
CashEuroNet UK LLC, trading as QuickQuid and Pounds to Pocket, lent some customers more than they could afford to repay
Dollar, trading as The Money Shop, Payday UK, Payday Express and Ladder Loans, lent many more than they could afford