The FCA has signed off new rules set to save customers an estimated £165 million a year – but you'll have to wait another six months.
The Financial Conduct Authority has outlined further proposals to support car finance customers struggling as a result of the coronavirus.
The FCA has announced car finance lenders should offer customers a three-month payment freeze if they are struggling with their car finance bills as a result of coronavirus.
Car finance lender Moneybarn has also been fined almost £3 million by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) after failing to help vulnerable customers.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has announced stricter new car finance rules, which it says will save car buyers of the UK £165 million each year.
Car dealers are ripping off buyers on their car finance by more than £1,000 to pocket higher commissions, Britain’s financial watchdog has found.
Media reports in the last few days claim that Brexit is responsible for driving up the price of cars and the cost of PCP car finance. But is that actually true?
Despite private new car sales falling more than 6% in 2018, it was yet another record-breaking year for car finance borrowing for both new and used cars.
Car finance debt increased in the third quarter of 2018, despite the number of new finance agreements falling in line with lower new car sales in September.