The Mortgage Market review: Six months on…

Posted on Dec 18 2014 by

It’s now six months since the new lending rules came into force. So has the Mortgage Market Review (MMR) contributed to a more sustainable market that serves the needs of customers better or has it added confusion to an already complex choice?

Stress tests are here to stay, are you prepared?

Posted on Dec 18 2014 by

The BOE published the results of its first ever ‘concurrent’ stress testing exercise. The economic scenario applied in the stress test was severe.

Four things Telecoms can learn from Financial Services fraud statistics

Posted on Dec 17 2014 by

Understanding the challenges & progress currently being made to help combat fraud in the Financial Services sectors can provide powerful insight for the Telecommunications Industry.  The trends seen in other sectors can often shed light on how fraud is/will impact others but may not be as obvious. You may be interested in: Here are four […]

How Inbox by Gmail can be used to inspire

Posted on Dec 16 2014 by

Understand how to improve your chances of converting undecided customers with Inbox by Gmail.

Are fraud hotspots now part of a big city life? Our heatmap highlights emerging fraud hotspots in the UK

Posted on Dec 15 2014 by

Our maps reflect just how widespread and dispersed consumer fraud and ID theft really are.

Rental data: Expanding financial access and inclusion

Posted on Dec 15 2014 by

Despite new technologies and widespread innovation in financial services, there are still a lot of people who are ‘underserved’. Lenders and society alike could be missing out on a huge opportunity if this population continues to be overlooked.

Confused.com first UK aggregator to prevent insurance fraud at the point of quote

Posted on Dec 10 2014 by

Experian and Confused.com in ground-breaking agreement to safeguard consumers against the threat of insurance fraud.

What is SEPA 2.0? Three things it might (or might not) be

Posted on Dec 10 2014 by

I’m not entirely sure we all agreed on what SEPA 1.0 was, but now talk has turned to SEPA 2.0. From the recent e-mails I’ve received and articles I’ve read there are several different angles as to what constitutes SEPA 2.0.

Personal insolvencies fall to pre-recession levels but who is still vulnerable?

Posted on Dec 10 2014 by

New figures published by Experian, illustrating where and for whom UK personal insolvencies are most prevalent, reveal the number of people being declared insolvent has fallen to pre-recession levels, with some towns showing markedly improved rates compared to the same period last year. Despite these findings, the figures also highlight the vulnerability facing young families.

Which channels are global marketers using this Christmas?

Posted on Dec 09 2014 by

Based on a global survey by Experian we take a look at which channels are preferred by marketers and the extent to which the individual channels are integrated.