A conversation with Natalie Murray from Lawbox Design. In this clip Natalie talks about what is in store for us from a regulatory point of view in 2021. On the back of COVID, there is quite a bit of change and it is expected this will flow through with impacts once we start to return to more of a normal way of working/economy. It is an interesting time. See the full interview and find out… Read more
In conversation with Natalie Murray from Lawbox Design we discuss the increasing focus on vulnerability will likely occur post-pandemic restrictions and support being lifted. This is being mentioned by the FCA, in recent guidance, and is expected to be a theme later in the year. See the full interview and find out more about Lawbox Design-> Here.
When will the FCA take to steps to remove the use of paper form letters? These increasingly seem outdated, especially in light of the increased use of digital communication channels recently. In conversation with Natalie Murray from Lawbox Design we discussed how and whether this will ever occur. See the full interview and find out more about Lawbox Design-> Here.
In conversation with Natalie Murray from Lawbox Design, we talk about implications for Buy Now Pay Later sector (BNPL) from a compliance and regulatory point of view post guidance from the FCA. It is likely to require change, especially for some firms as this gradually rolls out. See the full interview and find out more about Lawbox Design-> Here.
A conversation with Natalie Murray from Lawbox Design – the full interview.Here Natalie discussed some of the recent developments in Consumer credit regulation and the expectation on how this will continue to develop throughout this year. We covered topics such as consumer vulnerability treatment, EU data adequacy, BNPL, breathing space, and even if there is any outlook for a change in the use of physical letters in the collections process. Some really interesting perspective for… Read more
Who: Lawbox Design What: Lawbox is a legal firm specializing in Consumer Credit law in the UK. Their aim is to make access to legal service easier, by applying design-thinking to creating innovative solutions. Clients include businesses across financial services, including fintech, start-up’s, scale ups and more established businesses. Example focus areas include Consumer Credit Act, FCA regulation, authorisation and compliance, GDPR and Data protection, Breathing space moratorium, contractual and corporate governance. Where: https://www.lawboxdesign.com/ Jump… Read more