The group has heard from a range of industry groups, especially those representing the intermediary sector and from the FSCS itself. Next it will be the turn of the Financial Services Authority which has oversight of the FSCS and will set the terms for the delayed review. Next month the group will return to hearing from some of the intermediary organisations to see if the political pressure they have applied is bearing any fruit.
In between those two meetings is a joint meeting on the crucial issue of housing finance, especially focusing on some of the problems - and potential solutions - that first time buyers face. This will be a joint meeting with two other All Party Groups, those on Urban Development and Housing.
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