The Interim Working Group (IWG) aims to produce recommendations to the FCA on the new Credit Reporting Governance Body. Find out more about this work.
Background and launch
The Credit Information Market Study Final Report sets out measures to achieve the FCA’s vision for the market and deliver better outcomes for consumers and firms. These include establishing a new, more representative and accountable industry body to oversee arrangements about sharing of credit information - the Credit Reporting Governance Body (CRGB).
The IWG will produce recommendations to the FCA on the design, implementation, and operation of the new CRGB. The IWG is temporary and advisory only.
The IWG formally launches in January 2024 and will provisionally run for up to 9 months.
Following a competitive selection process with a diverse interview panel consisting of representatives from the IWG and the FCA, we are appointing Jackie Keogh as the independent chair of the IWG. Jackie joined the FCA in 2020 as a Senior Advisor after 32 years in the financial industry, mostly in corporate banking. She will step down from the Senior Advisor role before taking on the position of the IWG Chair.
The IWG includes representatives from alternative finance providers; challenger Credit Reference Agencies (CRAs); consumer groups; Credit Information Service Providers (CISPs); large CRAs; and trade associations (whose members and users are suppliers of credit information and are mainstream credit providers, or small and specialist lenders). IWG representatives have a responsibility to seek and incorporate views from the cohorts they represent.
Read the IWG’s Terms of Reference.
News from the IWG
Group meetings – discussions and actions
Contact the IWG
If you wish to contribute to the IWG’s work, you can contact [email protected] with your name, organisation and contact details. State your relevant representative and area, and any IWG topics of interest.