FCA warns of 'problems at every stage' in dealing with vulnerable consumers

Carmen Reichman
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A paper commissioned by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has found ‘problems at every stage' in the way firms deal with vulnerable consumers.

Vulnerable consumers are those with poor literacy skills, those who have caring responsibilities, people with disabilities, dementia or the elderly. Financial services, products and systems ofte...

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