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MPs and Peers to hear from Martin Lewis on the dangers of financial scams online

14 October 2021

Martin Lewis, Founder and Chair of and Money and Mental Health Policy, will be giving evidence to MPs and Peers on the Joint Committee on the draft Online Safety Bill about the dangers of online financial scams, this Monday 18 October from 2.30pm. He will be joined by Rocio Concha from Which?


Thursday 9 September 2021


  • Rocio Concha, Director of Policy and Advocacy and Chief Economist, Which?
  • Martin Lewis OBE, Founder and Chair, and Money and Mental Health Policy Institute


  • Mark Steward, Executive Director of Enforcement and Market Oversight, Financial Conduct Authority
  • Guy Parker, Chief Executive, Advertising Standards Authority
  • Michael Grenfell, Executive Director for Enforcement, Competition and Markets Authority
  • Commander Clinton Blackburn, National Economic Crime Coordinator, City of London Police

Witnesses will share their ideas for regulating advertising online as part of the Online Safety Bill, and talk about consumer experiences of harm resulting from advertising content. At 3.15pm the Committee will then hear from the regulators, Mark Steward from the FSA, Guy Parker from the ASA and Michael Grenfell from the CMA, about how the Bill should deal with this issue. They will be joined by Commander Clinton Blackburn from the City of London Police.

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