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CSJ launches investigation into ‘hidden debt’ in Britain

Informal and illegal lending is a substantial contributor towards problem debt in the UK. New findings show an estimated £14.4 billion worth of debt in the UK is a result of economic abuse. Engage is very proud to have supported The Centre For Social Justice

Your Credit Union Brand – Powered by Engage

For a limited time, Engage is offering credit unions of all sizes the opportunity to increase member loyalty, attract more lending opportunities and gain maximum exposure across your common bond, by providing you with your own branded debit card linked directly to your members’ credit

FOCUS May 2021 issue – now available to download

Download now for the latest Credit Union and community banking news, and information on the launch of Engage DASHboard™, our end-to-end digital payments and back-office platform that is now available to all Credit Unions.

Credit Union payments technology goes from obsolete to absolute

Credit Unions in the UK are joining the fintech revolution, and Engage is leading the charge with DASHboard – the definitive end-to-end payments and back office solution. The solution launched online during the week commencing 1st March. Over 100 Credit Unions, currently looking to replace

Supporting the fight against Loan Sharks

Lewisham Plus Credit Union have joined the battle against the growing menace of loan sharks, amid concerns more people are falling prey to unscrupulous lenders in the community. The credit union is working in partnership with the England Illegal Money Lending Team (IMLT) and Engage,

Centre for Social Justice Report

Centre for Social Justice Report Over the last year, Engage and parent group Contis have worked closely with the Centre for Social Justice and funded essential research into UK debt and the effect it has on people and our communities.

 

The final report, published on 26 th April 2020 and featured in the Sunday Times, highlights the problems of debt throughout the country and the role of government in this problem.

 

Click here for this important publication which is a must read for everyone working within the community banking sector.