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Top story: Arrow announces £97m of portfolio purchases and £27.5m share sale

Debt buyer Arrow Global acquired portfolios for an aggregate purchase price of £97.1m during the nine months until September 30, according to a trading update. Read full story

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More than a quarter of P2P applications to FCA withdrawn

More than a quarter of applications from peer-to-peer lenders seeking full regulatory authorisation have been withdrawn, according to new research. Read full story

Payday loan warning as 100 loan sharks arrested

Investigators at National Trading Standards (NTS) ensured that 108 loan sharks were arrested in England and Wales during the past year, as teams launched 365 operations. Read full story

RBS vies for £13bn of government-owned mortgages

Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) is among the bidders vying for £13bn of mortgages being sold by the government, according to reports. Read full story

T-Mobile and Experian face lawsuits after data breach hits 15m US customers

T-Mobile and Experian are facing lawsuits after a breach at the credit reference agency enabled hackers to steal data on 15 million US customers. Read full story

Financial regulators reveal whistleblowing rules

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), alongside the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA), has published new rules in relation to whistleblowing. Read full story

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