The financial services industry should be responsible, providing consumers with transparent, value-for money products that meet their needs.
Working towards a root and branch reform of banking, making it simpler, safer and fairer for consumers.
Working for a regulatory regime in the financial services sector that protects the interests of consumers.
The Future of Banking Commission was the first report to look at the financial crisis from the view of normal people as well as the banking industry. Here you can read full transcripts of all the evidence sessions.
Working for insurance products that benefit consumers and meet their protection needs, including fairly priced protection insurance products.
Working to ensure banks and other credit providers lend responsibly and adhere to guidelines, particularly when people run into trouble paying off debts.
Working for consumers to have access to transparent, value-for-money mortgage products that meet their needs.
Working to safeguard consumer rights and protections in the payments market and ensure that payments innovations deliver better outcomes for all consumers.
Working to ensure that consumers have access to transparent, value-for-money pensions that will meet their long-term needs.
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