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Family Financial Security

Financial products are crucial to helping Americans save, borrow, and manage their money. Yet they may contain risks that can drive up debt, decrease savings and impact our wellbeing. We work to better protect consumers by reducing dangerous and unnecessary risks in many of the financial products people use every day.

Nick Bourke

Director, Small-Dollar Loans
The Pew Charitable Trusts

Nick Bourke is the director of the Pew Safe Small-Dollar Loans Research Project, which conducts research on consumer needs and perceptions, market practices, and potential regulations of payday and other small-dollar loan providers. The project also offers policy recommendations designed to protect consumers from harmful practices and promote safe, transparent credit.

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Susan K. Weinstock

Director, Safe Checking
The Pew Charitable Trusts

Susan K. Weinstock is the director for Pew’s Safe Checking in the Electronic Age Project, an initiative that advocates for policies that inform American checking accountholders.


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