Financial Inclusion Summit for Nottingham report published

Posted 12.10.2020

The report from the 2020 Financial Inclusion Summit for Nottingham has been published.

The report includes:

  • impact of COVID-19 on Nottingham
  • feedback and recommendations from workshop discussions on Debt; Work & Unemployment; Housing, Homelessness & Financial Wellbeing; Food Poverty; Access to Cash, Cash Payments & Digital Exclusion
  • responding to the challenges in Nottingham

The report concludes with commitments from an expert panel representing the private, public and voluntary sectors:

Councillor Rebecca Langton, Nottingham City Council
Alison Challenger, Director of Public Health (Nottingham)
Anne-Marie Furnell, Homelessness Strategy Manager, Nottingham City Council
Chris Hobson, Director of Policy and External Affairs, East Midlands Chamber of Commerce
Dawn Cummins, Regional Manager, Money and Pensions Service
Jules Sebelin, Deputy CEO at Nottingham Community & Voluntary Sector
Nadia Whittome, MP for Nottingham East


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