Retailers welcome online credit review
- Consumer Credit Act changes planned. // Credit Management;Oct2000, p12
Reports on planned changes to Great Britain's Consumer Credit Act of 1974. Removal of barriers to e-commerce; Retention of consumer protection; Organization of a working party by the Department of Trade and Industry.
- All change! Warwood, Alasdair // Credit Management;Jun2003, p44
Outlines the British Department of Trade & Industry's proposals for revising the country's consumer credit laws and considers the issues facing the credit industry. Incorporation of large loans within the Consumer Credit Act; Department's launch of an advice service for consumers; Online...
- e is for effort. Wilson, Dave // Design Engineering;Feb2000, p8
Reports on the Great Britain Department of Trade and Industry's launch of its ISI/Interforum electronic commerce awards. Total prize money of the competition; Recognition and rewarding of the best practice of e-commerce among companies; Contact information.
- ...15m to tackle Efraud. // Cabinet Maker;11/5/99, Issue 5162, p5
Announces the funding to tackle electronic shopping fraud by the Department of Trade and Industry in Great Britain.
- DTI welcomes E-commerce report. // Credit Management;Jul99, p13
Reports on the finalization of policy proposals to facilitate growth of electronic commerce in Great Britain by the Department of Trade and Industry. Government services to be electronically available in full by 2008.
- Realities of Internet revealed. // Cabinet Maker;6/14/2002, Issue 5291, p5
Provides information on the report 'Ecommerce Impact Assessment Reports for Office/Contract and Domestic Furniture Sectors,' by the Department of Trade and Industry of Great Britain. Percentage of companies that have a formal electronic commerce strategy; Factors that posed a challenge to the...
- The new credit advertising rules. // Credit Management;Dec2004, p12
The article focuses on the new Consumer Credit Advertisements Regulations in Great Britain. The rule came in force from October 31, 2004, and includes new credit advertising rules. The changes are part of the Department of Trade and Industry's reforms of the Consumer Credit Act. The regulations...
- Loan firms' relief over CCB deadline. Anker, Guy // Money Marketing;5/11/2006, p25
The article reports that the mortgage industry has gained some breathing space when the British Dept. of Trade and Industry revealed that the potentially expensive dual regulation under the Consumer Credit Act (CCA) will not be implemented until April 2008. The Association of Mortgage...
- Checking the bill. Anker, Guy // Money Marketing;2/23/2006, p36
The article reports on the consolidated by brokers and lenders to prevent the impending changes to the Consumer Credit Act of Great Britain. The said changes, if approved, would impose a massive regulatory burden on the industry. The Council of Mortgage lenders and the Association of Mortgage...