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Top story: Registry Trust announces acquisition

Registry Trust, the non-profit company which makes judgment information publically available, has acquired data analysis specialist Streetwise Analytics for an undisclosed sum. Read full story

News stories

Metro Bank claims to “revolutionise invoice finance fees”

Metro Bank SME Finance has announced plans to abolish both value dating costs and termination fees for all new and existing customers. Read full story

Nationwide’s pre-tax profit tops £1bn, as impairments fall to £250m

Nationwide Building Society has revealed that its pre-tax profit increased 54 per cent to more than £1bn for the year to April 4 2015. Read full story

Travis Perkins group director joins credit insurer

Trade credit insurer Equinox Global has announced a coup in recruiting Nick King, currently group credit director at Travis Perkins, as head of UK and Ireland. Read full story

CSA responds to debt collection complaint figures

The Credit Services Association (CSA) has responded to the financial ombudsman’s figures on debt collection complaints, highlighting that the numbers reflected 0.26 per cent of all cases across the consumer credit industry. Read full story

County court judgments increase 20%

The number of county court judgments (CCJs) against consumers in England and Wales has increased more than 20 per cent to over 209,000. Read full story

A slippery slope starts with rushed changes

Ray Watson explains his fears about how the 2015 budget introduced regulatory exemption for certain credit agreements

In defence of “subprime” customers

Mark Stevens, managing director of consumer credit at Provident Financial tackles the mythology of non-standard lending

The rise and rise of digital lending

In a post based on a presentation at the Credit Summit, Nostrum Group’s Richard Sunman explains how digital borrowers are swiftly becoming the norm

TCE regulation: one year on

One year on from the introduction of new enforcement regulations, Gareth Hughes, Chief Executive of Marston Holdings, reflects on their impact

Choice: how much is too much?

David Stevenson, CEO at The Funding Centre, asks how an explosion of choice in alternative finance could lead to eventual golden age for the space

Credit Summit 2015 – a day in review

Richard Carter, chief executive of Nostrum Group, reflects on the issues raised during the Alternative Lending conference at the 2015 Credit Summit

History repeating

Ben Mason, CEO of Compliancy Services, takes a look at what the regulatory history of the insurance market can tell us about upcoming changes to consumer credit

A step in the right direction

Carter-Ruck's Isabella Piasecka welcomes the extension of “no win no fee” availability for insolvency litigation

Red alert for May 7th

Begbies Traynor's Julie Palmer explains why the general election could be a challenge for the credit sector

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