The House of Lords select committee on financial exclusion has called for evidence on the following areas: (i) definitions and causes of financial exclusion; (ii) financial education and capability; (iii) addressing financial exclusion; (iv) accessing affordable credit; (v) government policy and regulation; and (vi) FinTech. The select committee was established on 25 May 2016, with a remit to consider financial exclusion and access to mainstream financial services. In its business plan for 2016/17, the FCA stated that one of the AML and financial crime outcomes it is seeking to achieve is that firms' AML processes do not exclude people unfairly or unreasonably from using financial services. Responses are requested by 14 September 2016.