Responses to Ofcom consultation on proposed guide for treating vulnerable consumers fairly published
Several organisations in the money advice and related sectors have published their responses to Ofcom’s recent consultation on its proposed guide for treating vulnerable customers fairly. Money and Mental Health Policy Institute would “like to see more accessible services, responsible debt collection practices and fewer people disconnected.” The Money Advice Trust says that “the proposed […]Read More
SAVE THE DATE: MALG Conference 2020
Following the success of the MALG Conference 2019 (see below for feedback), we are pleased to announce that we have already booked the same venue (No. 11 Cavendish Square, London) for the MALG Conference 2020, which will take place on Thursday 29 October. Delegate tickets will be going on sale in the new year but in the meantime, […]Read More
Bob’s Blog: MALG Conference 2019 success and plans for 2020!
Firstly, I’d like to say a huge thank you to everyone who attended, spoke at, supported, exhibited at, and helped to organise/run the MALG Conference 2019 (as well as all of those who engaged from afar via social media – see the impressive stats below). We have had some fantastic feedback and, most importantly, ideas […]Read More
Metro UK newspaper launches ‘debt month’ November 2019
“Throughout November 2019, Metro.co.uk will be looking at one of the most taboo topics of all – debt. As the spending frenzy that is Christmas approaches, we’re showing you how to avoid debt, what you should be looking for, and delving deeper into what it’s like to owe money in 2019.” Find out more at […]Read More