Antony Jones is a busy man. He works for a Germany based company and spends his time travelling between his Cheshire home, the firm’s German headquarters and field trips to India and North America.
All of which means he was just too busy to do anything about claiming back any of the PPI he was sure he had paid on a number of agreements over the years.Read More
Gladstone Brookes has become the first organisation to buy a specially designed sports wheelchair for the planned Warrington Wolves Charitable Foundation wheelchair rugby team.
A three-strong team of cyclists – Anthony Chorlton, Leon Moye and Gareth Burke – took part in the Foundation’s Remembrance Day Ride at the David Lloyd sports centre in Warrington.Read More
Charity of the month for November is Children In Need and Pudsey Bear paid a visit to the office to receive the dress down cheque of £675 from super-heroes Superman and Batman.
This brings the GB charity total to £7,672 so far this year with December’s donation to the Warrington Christmas Toy Appeal still to come.Read More
More than 5,000 investors have joined together to file a lawsuit against Lloyds Banking Group (LBG), claiming they lost £400 million when the bank took over Halifax/Bank Of Scotland six years ago.
The class action style lawsuit also names the bank’s former chairman, Sir Victor Blank, and former chief executive, Eric Daniels.Read More
‘Too big to fail’ banks could be a thing of the past if new global rules to prevent them being bailed out if they get into trouble in future.
The Financial Stability Board (FSB) is the global regulator for the banking industry and their new strategy will require the big banks to hold billions more in their reserves to protect against any future financial crisis.Read More