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Jenny Ross
Magazine editor

Having written about mortgages, savings, investments and scams, I'm proud to support our intrepid journalists as they investigate the financial providers we all rely on, to protect you and your money.


Paul Lockyer
1-to-1 Guidance team leader

I've been a financial services solicitor since the early 1980s. My team has helped members receive almost £10 million in insurance claims and as compensation for money lost to scams and frauds.