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July 15, 2014

Victims of Mis-Selling Need to Have A Proper Redress Scheme, MP Claims

Ceredigion MP Mark Williams, pictured above, has recently stated that there needs to be a “full and adequate redress scheme” put into place for SMEs that […]
May 6, 2014

Barclays Create ‘Bad Bank’ In Order to House Non-Core Assets

As Barclays continue to revive their investment banking sector, officials have now decided that it is time to create a ‘Bad Bank’ which will deal with […]
May 2, 2014

The Cause and Effect of Consequential Losses

The FCA have determined how consequential losses (the cost of being deprived of cash and other losses suffered as a result of being mis-sold complex financial […]
April 30, 2014

Three Former Barclays Employees Charged over Libor-Rigging

Barclays have found themselves at the centre of yet more scandal, as they have had to face serious allegations that they were heavily involved in attempting […]
April 25, 2014

The Big Banks are Preying on the Vulnerable and Needy

Those who are encountering financial difficulties have faced crippling and unmanageable debts due to the fact that they have been furnished with unwanted packaged bank accounts, […]
April 24, 2014

Major Financial Scandals Threaten ‘Big Four’ Banks

Recently, it all got a little too much for one outraged businessman, as he made the conscious and risky decision to take one of the ‘Big […]