Banking on change: the numbers
We are in debt, and over a third of Britons say that they are either “surviving” or “in difficulty” in their financial affairs. As this page of data makes clear, large numbers of people are finding it tough to manage—strong evidence that banks and policy-makers must do more to increase competition and the range of services on offer. The current offering, it seems, isn’t doing the job
Banking on Change is a publication which examines how we can develop a comprehensive policy approach towards financial inclusion. The report features contributions from the likes of John Glen MP, Peter Dowd MP, Anne Pieckielon, Chris Pond and Guy Opperman MP.
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