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  1. Mortgages and coronavirus: further updated guidance for firms [pdf]

    Guidance consultations Published: 02/11/2020 Last modified: 02/11/2020
    This draft guidance sets out the proposed form in which we would update our guidance ‘Mortgages and coronavirus: Updated guidance for firms’ (‘the June Guidance’)...
  2. Mortgages and coronavirus: updated and additional guidance for firms

    Guidance consultations Published: 02/11/2020 Last modified: 02/11/2020
    This guidance applies in the exceptional circumstances arising out of the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic and its impact on the financial situation of mortgage customers.
  3. FS20/16: Coronavirus and customers in financial difficulty: additional guidance for insurance and premium finance firms - Feedback on draft guidance [pdf]

    Feedback statements Published: 30/10/2020 Last modified: 30/10/2020
    On 16 October 2020, we published draft additional guidance setting out our proposals for how insurance and premium finance firms should provide tailored support to customers who have already benefitted from the previous guidance and those newly in...
  4. Finalised Guidance: Coronavirus and customers in financial difficulty: additional guidance for insurance and premium firms [pdf]

    Finalised guidance Published: 30/10/2020 Last modified: 30/10/2020
    This guidance (the October 2020 guidance) applies in the exceptional circumstances arising out of the coronavirus pandemic (Covid-19) and its impact on the financial situation of customers of insurance and premium finance involving regulated credit...
  5. Finalised Guidance: Coronavirus and customers in financial difficulty: additional guidance for insurance and premium finance firms

    Finalised guidance Published: 30/10/2020 Last modified: 30/10/2020
    This guidance sets out measures to help customers who hold insurance and premium finance products and who continue to face financial difficulties because of coronavirus (Covid-19).
  6. FS20/16: Coronavirus and customers in financial difficulty: feedback on draft additional guidance for insurance and premium finance firms

    Feedback statements Published: 30/10/2020 Last modified: 30/10/2020
    On 16 October 2020, we published proposals on how firms should continue to seek to help customers who hold insurance and premium finance products and may be in financial difficulty because of coronavirus (Covid-19), after 31 October 2020. This...
  7. CP20/21: Breathing Space Regulations: changes to our Handbook [pdf]

    Consultation papers Published: 21/10/2020 Last modified: 21/10/2020
    A consultation on some changes to our Handbook resulting from regulations on problem debt that are expected to come into force in England and Wales.
  8. CP20/21: Breathing Space Regulations: changes to our Handbook

    Consultation papers Published: 21/10/2020 Last modified: 08/01/2021
    We’re consulting on some minor changes to our Handbook resulting from regulations on problem debt that are expected to come into force in England and Wales in May 2021.
  9. Coronavirus and customers in financial difficulty: additional guidance for insurance and premium finance firms [pdf]

    Guidance consultations Published: 16/10/2020 Last modified: 16/10/2020
    This guidance (the October guidance) applies in the exceptional circumstances arising out of the coronavirus pandemic (Covid-19) and its impact on the financial situation of customers of insurance and premium finance involving regulated credit...
  10. Coronavirus and customers in financial difficulty: draft additional guidance for insurance and premium finance firms

    Guidance consultations Published: 16/10/2020 Last modified: 30/11/2020
    The FCA has announced proposals to help customers who hold insurance and premium finance products and who continue to face financial difficulties because of coronavirus (Covid-19).