The Central Bank is set to appoint British debt counselling charity Stepchange to run its long-awaited burden-sharing” pilot scheme after the Money Advice and Budgeting Service (Mabs) withdrew from its role as third-party service provider earlier this month, *The Sunday Business Post* has learned.
The appointment of Stepchange, which is a pioneer of debt-restructuring services in Britain, would put an end to the involvement of Mabs in the scheme, just weeks after the organisation...
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