Government plans to abolish the Money Advice Service (MAS) are "hasty" and potentially "damaging" for consumers, an independent consumer panel set up by the regulator has said.
The Financial Services Consumer Panel (FSCP) has responded to proposals to scrap the MAS saying it would affect millions of people and poses "real risks for consumers". It also said the government should...
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