Concerns raised over panel for FCA’s unsecured credit review

Industry News | 06/11/20

The Consumer Finance Association (CFA) has raised concerns about the composition of the panel advising the Financial Conduct Authority, on the review of unsecured credit and buy now pay later products.

In a media statement earlier this week, the CFA said it had concerns that the views of smaller firms were not being considered due to the profile of figures on the FCA’s advisory panel.

Source: Credit Strategy