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This inquiry will take a broad look at the state of UK household balance sheets, including whether households are saving adequately in the current economic environment, problematic and over-indebtedness, inter-generational issues, lifetime financial planning and the effectiveness of the market in financing solutions and products to low income households.
Evidence given by Christopher Woolard, Director of Strategy and Competition, and Nisha Arora, Director of Market Intelligence, Data and Analysis, Financial Conduct Authority; John Glen MP, Economic Secretary to the Treasury and City Minister, and John Owen, Deputy Director, Assets, Savings and Pensions, HM Treasury, Guy Opperman MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Pensions and Financial Inclusion, and Charlotte Clark, Director, Private Pensions and Stewardship, Department for Work and Pensions (at 3.30pm).
Evidence given by Matt Upton, Head of Consumer Policy, Citizens Advice, Phil Andrew, Chief Executive, StepChange, John Montague, Managing Director, Big Issue GroupHamish Paton, CEO, BrightHouse, Paul Smith, Chief Executive Officer, Morses Club, Richard Fuller, Managing Director, The Cash Shop
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Treasury Committee launches inquiry into the state of UK household balance sheets