There is increasing speculation that the Arnie Schwarzenegger PPI claims campaign is not working as well as it should and there is a danger some people could miss out on compensation which is rightfully theirs.
Royal Bank Of Scotland (RBS) is to escape punishment for the way it mistreated small businesses because Britain’s financial regulator has admitted its powers are ‘very limited.’
The £460 million Lloyds has set aside for future PPI compensation in its half-year figures brings the total set aside for the year to £1.15 billion and raises the overall total to £19.225 billion.
TSB’s computer meltdown earlier this year cost the bank £176 million and pushed it to a half year loss of £107.4 million.
The loss was sufficiently large to force its new Spanish owners, Banco Sabadell, to a reported three month loss of £123 million in June.
This month’s charity is very personal for Lyndsey Byrne from Accounts who wanted our £400 donation to go to a charity devoted to helping people with cerebral palsy and disability.
Britain’s banks and building societies could soon be forced to set a minimum basic interest rate on their savings accounts after the country’s regulator said it was concerned that consumers are getting poor returns on their money.
Britain’s Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) has denied that a re-structure in 2016 was a failure and affected staff morale.
Barclays Bank has just announced a massive investment in Glasgow which will create a new technology and functions hub and up to 2,500 jobs. The bank says the new project will play ‘a pivotal role’ in its ‘long term strategic priorities.’
For many of us the very word strikes fear into our heart. Cancer – a horrible disease in its many forms and a dreadful way to die.
There’s probably not a family in the land which has not been affected by it and it knows no boundaries – rich or poor, old or young.
MPs have been told a report on an investigation into the alleged cover-up of a £1 billion HBOS fraud will be delayed until the second half of 2019.