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February 27, 2014

Currency Product Sales Must Be Reviewed By the FCA

It is apparent that there are deep-rooted and serious problems which have to be dealt with in a methodical and professional manner that have come to […]
February 27, 2014

The Mis-Selling of EFG Loans has put the Banks under Scrutiny Once Again

Enterprise Finance Guarantee loans (“EFG’s”) have recently come under the spotlight, and are considered by some to be the UK’s next mis-selling scandal. EFG’s are available […]
February 26, 2014

Barclays Have To Face £330m Regulatory and Legal Costs

Legitimately speaking, it may not be altogether surprising that Barclays is having to deal with some more bad news as they may have to face a […]
February 25, 2014

UK Lending Practices Defended by Independent Appeals Bosses

Professor Russell Griggs; pictured above; has come out and voiced his opinions on the scandal revolving around SME’s and unwanted derivatives; and surprisingly he declares that […]
February 24, 2014

Companies Have Had To Make Considerable Changes in the Wake of the Mis-Selling Scandal

Not only have SME’s been forced to sell a number of their assets in order to maintain a relatively healthy bank balance; they have also had […]
February 21, 2014

Only a Handful of Claims Have Been Successfully Settled

. Less than 10% of funds saved in order to reimburse individuals who have suffered as a direct consequence of interest rate swap mis-selling has been […]