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Liquidity, financial resilience and the FCA

Liquidity, financial resilience and the FCA

Funders are experiencing enormous pressure in a time of consumer forbearance. What will be the effect on the profit, and loss and balance sheets of funders as a result of “off ramping” and what is the longer-term impact if this is extended beyond three months?

This webinar will discuss regulatory requirements, the liquidity obligations of funders and the importance of building a financial buffer. We’ll also highlight the view from the Financial Conduct Authority on financial resilience and planning, Senior Managers Regime, worse case scenarios and the practical tools available to help.

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