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Consumer Credit

Since the FCA began regulating consumer credit in April 2014, we’ve provided a specialist regulatory support service to hundreds of firms in the sector.

Our team understands in detail how FCA regulations impact consumer credit firms. So we can help you factor compliance into your operating model from the start, and then navigate the shifting regulatory landscape as your business evolves.

We’re experienced at helping consumer credit firms prepare and apply for authorisation of their firm or key individuals within it. Another core area for us is providing practical support and guidance on developing robust regulatory compliance infrastructures across sales, administration, debt solutions, and arrears management.

Working both with start-ups and established businesses, we provide regulatory support to firms across a wide range of regulated activities, including credit broking, credit lending, consumer hire, debt adjusting, debt administration and debt collection.

We provide consumer credit regulatory support to businesses of all types and sizes, including insurance premium finance, purchase finance for items like motor vehicles and white goods, leasing, hire, personal and business contracts – as well as financial management and credit score tools and other innovative business models.

Whatever aspect of the sector you’re involved in, whatever business model you operate, and whatever level of regulatory support you’re looking for, we’ll provide a service tailor-made to your regulatory needs.

Whether you want ongoing consumer credit regulatory support or a one-off service, we can deliver a compliance solution that adds value and works for your business. We take a practical, pragmatic approach, working closely with you to develop regulatory compliance processes and solutions that support your business as it develops and grows.

Contact us today on 0207 436 0630 or email

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