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Creating better financial outcomes: how do we empower consumers?

Speakers:
Chris Leslie MP, Shadow Financial Secretary Matt Mayo, Head of Business Development, MasterCard Brian Pomeroy CBE, former Chair, Financial Inclusion Taskforce Matthew Vincent, Personal Finance Editor, The Financial Times
Chair: John Springford, Senior Researcher, Social Market Foundation
The Government’s approach to restoring trust in financial services among consumers is constantly being debated by leading thinkers and policymakers on retail finance. Is trying to make consumers savvier or stringent regulation of providers and products themselves more likely to restore trust? Does the complexity of financial services markets always lead to consumer mistrust? Or do providers take advantage?Speakers:
Chris Leslie MP, Shadow Financial Secretary Matt Mayo, Head of Business Development, MasterCard Brian Pomeroy CBE, former Chair, Financial Inclusion Taskforce Matthew Vincent, Personal Finance Editor, The Financial Times
Chair: John Springford, Senior Researcher, Social Market Foundation
The Government’s approach to restoring trust in financial services among consumers is constantly being debated by leading thinkers and policymakers on retail finance. Is trying to make consumers savvier or stringent regulation of providers and products themselves more likely to restore trust? Does the complexity of financial services markets always lead to consumer mistrust? Or do providers take advantage?Speakers:
Chris Leslie MP, Shadow Financial Secretary Matt Mayo, Head of Business Development, MasterCard Brian Pomeroy CBE, former Chair, Financial Inclusion Taskforce Matthew Vincent, Personal Finance Editor, The Financial Times
Chair: John Springford, Senior Researcher, Social Market Foundation
The Government’s approach to restoring trust in financial services among consumers is constantly being debated by leading thinkers and policymakers on retail finance. Is trying to make consumers savvier or stringent regulation of providers and products themselves more likely to restore trust? Does the complexity of financial services markets always lead to consumer mistrust? Or do providers take advantage?Speakers:
Chris Leslie MP, Shadow Financial Secretary Matt Mayo, Head of Business Development, MasterCard Brian Pomeroy CBE, former Chair, Financial Inclusion Taskforce Matthew Vincent, Personal Finance Editor, The Financial Times
Chair: John Springford, Senior Researcher, Social Market Foundation
The Government’s approach to restoring trust in financial services among consumers is constantly being debated by leading thinkers and policymakers on retail finance. Is trying to make consumers savvier or stringent regulation of providers and products themselves more likely to restore trust? Does the complexity of financial services markets always lead to consumer mistrust? Or do providers take advantage?

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