By Luke OMahony
November 14, 2017

Why are SMEs in the dark about their credit scores?

Nearly half (44 per cent) of small and medium businesses – SMEs – have never checked their credit score, according to research from RateSetter’s Business Finance division.

By Luke OMahony
November 9, 2017

Why aren’t we earning more on our savings?

A week after the Bank of England decided to increase the base rate, you could be forgiven for wondering why the returns on savings products accounts still haven’t gone up.

By Luke OMahony
November 1, 2017

Changing how the Provision Fund deals with loans to property developers

We aim to manage the Provision Fund as efficiently as possible. With that in mind, we are changing the approach to dealing with potential missed payments or defaults on property developer loans in order to deliver the best outcomes for lenders.

By Rhydian Lewis
October 31, 2017

What would a Bank of England interest rate rise mean for RateSetter?

We are used to rising levels of speculation in the build up to the Bank of England’s decisions on interest rates. The next decision is due on Thursday, and there is a stronger expectation than ever that the Bank of England might increase the base rate for the first time in more than ten years.

By Luke OMahony
October 18, 2017

An update on RateSetter’s ISA

Yesterday, we announced that RateSetter has been granted full authorisation by the FCA, paving the way for RateSetter to launch its Innovative Finance ISA (IF ISA).

By Luke OMahony
October 17, 2017

RateSetter receives full authorisation

We are pleased to announce that RateSetter has been granted full regulatory authorisation by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).