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Financial Exclusion: Action by Government and the Financial Institutions

Professor Donal McKillop and Professor John Wilson will examine government policy on financial exclusion.

Financial exclusion is the inability, difficulty or reluctance of individuals or groups to access mainstream financial services. It is estimated that 1.5 million households in Britain (7% of all households and over two million adults) do not use any mainstream financial services, while a further 20% of households are use just one financial service. The complex nature of financial exclusion means that exclusion is interconnected with poverty, health, level of education, unemployment, family breakdown, exploitation from illegal and predatory lenders, exposure to crime, community custom and trust.

Professor Donal McKillop and Professor John Wilson will examine government policy on financial exclusion. The role played by financial institutions in the fight against financial exclusion will be highlighted in the light or current policy initiatives.


Professor Donal McKillop | talks
Mr John Wilson | talks


Date and Time:

28 March 2007 at 5:45 pm


1 hour 30 minutes



3 Robert St
020 7543 5600
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Public Management & Policy Association
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