Payday loan lender representatives are appearing in front of the Business, Innovation and Skills Committee to answer questions on regulation.
Evidence is being heard from Henry Raine, head of regulatory and public affairs, Wonga, Adam Freeman, chief executive of Mr Lender, QuickQuid, Greg Stevens from the Consumer Credit Trade Association and Graham Dunn from the Consumer Finance Association.
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