01 Mar 2018 | Posted In Money advice news

Money Advice Trust launched a research project today looking at how the debt advice sector supports people in vulnerable situations. Conducted by University of Bristol’s Personal Finance Research Centre (PFRC) in partnership with the Money Advice Trust and the Money and Mental Health Policy Institute and grant funded by the Money Advice Service, the research involves a large scale survey of UK debt advisers’ experiences with vulnerability and advice.
  • Survey of debt advisers launched today to gather experiences of working with people in vulnerable situations
  • Survey to run until May 2018 with study findings published in autumn
  • Findings to inform new guidance and practical tools to support advisers
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