InCredit March 2014 — consumer credit
This month’s round-up of developments affecting the consumer credit industry sees the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) announce tough rules for payday lenders; the Competition Commission (CC) publish a third set of working papers on payday lending market investigation; and the OFT update consumer credit license application information.
- FCA announces tough rules for payday lenders; consults on payment institutions
- Consumer Credit Act 1974 (Green Deal) (Amendment) Order 2014
- Transfer of consumer credit regulation
- CC publishes third set of working papers on payday lending market investigation
- ECB publishes PSD2 and interchange fees opinions
- FCA publishes new consumer credit-related webpages
- FCA to publish its Risk Outlook and Business Plan for 2014–15
- IOSCO report: crowdfunding — an infant industry growing fast
- OFT urges universities to treat students in debt fairly
- Government ‘underestimates’ student loan repayments
- OFT updates consumer credit license application information
- Two SI’s relating to transfer of consumer credit regulation published
- FCA modification by consent of MIPRU 4 and SUP 16.2
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