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PPI claims: Banks 'should be focused on customer needs'

Money lenders and similar institutions should be more focused on the needs of their clients, chair of the Financial Services Consumer Panel Adam Phillips said at the Westminster and City Advice Gap Conference.

The lack of pension savings in the UK could leave older people susceptible to struggling with bank charges and credit card claims, with the expert pointing out the shortfall in protection policies and investments is leaving people "running substantial risks of severe financial hardship" in retirement.

A total of 12 million people employed within the private sector cannot guarantee that they will receive a pension beyond that provided by the state, the body pointed out.

Furthermore, millions more are unsure of how much they ought to set aside so they can avoid struggling with bank charges when they are pensioners, it continued.

However, from October 1st 2012, the majority of workers will be automatically enrolled into a workplace pension scheme.

Amir Hussain
Amir specialises in personal loans, consumer debt and debt management.ADNFCR-2776-ID-801396013-ADNFCR

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