Banks Can’t Wait For The PPI Deadline

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Banks Can't Wait For The PPI Deadline

The issue of mis-sold PPI is now several years old. When the policy was introduced, it was perceived as a very helpful tool of securing the buyer’s financial future. It would cover them in the cases of them losing their jobs, meeting an accident, encountering a sudden illness or any unforeseen circumstance, which would cause… Read more »

World’s Largest Banks Face £264bn Bill for Poor Conduct

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Legal bills, fines and expense of compensating mistreated consumers has reached around £264bn for 20 of the world’s largest banks for over five years up to 2016, as per the new research, which raises doubt regarding the efforts put in by major financial services players in order to restore trust in the sector.   This… Read more »