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The Improving Financial Health Conference has been organised by the Centre for Responsible Credit and  Toynbee Hall’s Financial Health Exchange. We will be delivering a session exploring the Debt & Digital Interfaces research findings. In particular, we will be discussing how digital credit is changing consumers’ borrowing practices and their understandings of indebtedness. We will also be sharing our thoughts on the implications of the research for future developments and interventions in the consumer credit market in an increasingly digital world.

You can find out more about the conference, and book a place, by visiting the Learning & Work Institute.

We’re speaking at the Improving Financial Health Conference, 30th October 2017
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