Nearly 13m people across the country would be pushed into financial difficulty with an unexpected bill. Rising living costs and increasing job insecurity for low income families makes this an increasingly challenging issue nationally but also for the 2m, mostly working, people living in poverty in London Fair Finance is a London based social business […]
Fair Finance, with the support of the JPMorgan Chase Foundation, begins a major project looking to strengthen the financial resilience of low income communities in London
While microfinance is well known in Africa, Asia and Latin America, over the last 15 years it has grown across Europe, helping to fill the gap for people who remain unbanked and/or excluded from mainstream finance. In 2014 alone over 390,000 businesses were supported and over EUR1.5bn of funding advanced to create nearly 250,000 jobs […]
Fair Money Advice (FMA) has launched a new blog which explores a range of issues including fraud, bankruptcy, the affect of debt on mental help and financial abuse. The blog is also regularly updated with client case studies that accentuate the helpful and supportive nature of FMA advisors and the importance of their work. Click […]
SKILLING UP ON FINANCIAL CAPABILITY WITH FAIR MONEY ADVICE Posted by WAM UK Chapter on May 12, 2012 WAM UK Member, Christine Murray, writes on a full day workshop with Fair Finance’s, Fair Money Advice on financial capability training to prepare for WAM UK Volunteering opportunities.
Debt advice saves lenders money, so it makes social and business sense for them to contribute to funding it. Read the rest by Faisel Rahman of Fair Finance in The Guardian