Taking Consumer Duty from theory to practice: answering the top ten FAQs for banks
By May Moorwood
Digital Content Producer
- Episode One) Approaching the ten key questions: defining and delivering fair value
- Episode Two) Exploring effective communication: ensuring understanding from both customers and staff
- Episode Three) Vulnerable customer in view: identifying and overcoming the key challenges
- Meeting the needs of the target customer: how can banks ensure that products perform as expected?
- Keeping the vulnerable customer in view: what are the risks to identify, and how can they be consistently monitored?
- What are the characteristics of vulnerability and how can banks identify the customers most in need?
- Acting on fair value assessments: how can fair value assessments be conducted effectively, and how can banks turn their findings into tangible ‘good customer outcomes’?
- Ongoing evaluation: what does this mean in the context of data and MI monitoring of fair value?
- How can banks ensure communication is clear, fair and not misleading? How can banks test communication effectiveness and act on results?
- Effective communication with vulnerable customers: what are the key considerations?
- Sustaining support beyond the sale: what are customers expecting from banks post-sale, and how does this differ from pre-sale?
- Empowering employees through education: how can banks ensure every individual is informed of their responsibilities?
- How can banks effectively evaluate their ability to deliver good outcomes to customers and put appropriate mitigants in place for risks identified?
Listen to Episode One now
Associate Director, Centre for Digital Banking and Finance, The London Institute of Banking and Finance
Head of Consumer Duty Implementation, Virgin Money
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