Rules coming into force next year will require banks to publish information to help customers compare their service
Victims tricked into transferring cash from their bank to a fraudster's account may be reimbursed from next year
Almost 700,000 British victims of the Equifax hack are receiving letters offering free identity protection
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Rent-to-own company BrightHouse is to pay £14.8 million to almost 250,000 customers as part of a redress scheme
Vanquis Bank is being investigated by the Financial Conduct Authority over its credit card repayment offer
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
Lloyds, Halifax and Bank of Scotland to pay customers £283 million compensation over mortgage arrears
Almost 600,000 Lloyds, Halifax and Bank of Scotland customers are in line for payouts totalling £283 million
Consumers could soon be given a clearer idea of how banks' and building societies' services differ
Customers given inaccurate auto-renewal letters by Admiral insurance will be able to cancel policies without penalty
The FCA has branded a claim that it will be relaxing the price cap on payday loans as "complete fiction"
A PPI claims has applied to the High Court for a judicial review of the FCA's decision to set a time-bar on claims
The FCA has been sent a letter kick-starting the legal process which could lead to a judicial review of the PPI deadline
The card scheme says it's "reviewing options" including one which would force almost all contactless payments 'online'
The regulator has today unveiled plans to force credit card companies to help customers stuck in persistent debt
The world of 0% credit card advertising is a 'wild west' with consumers left unprotected, an MSE investigation has found