PPI Claims

PPI issues in Ireland

by Legal Author October 11, 2012 PPI Claims

Guest blog post regarding PPI claims investigations in Ireland. The Central Bank of Ireland has issued an update on its on-going investigation into the sale of PPI policies. This reveals that, at the request of the Central Bank, six banks – the Bank of Ireland, Allied Irish Banks, EBS, GE Money, Ulster Bank and Permanent […]

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Financial Services Authority Focuses on Handling of PPI Claims

by Legal Author August 2, 2012 PPI Claims

The following is a guest blog post regarding the FSA‘s focus on the handling of PPI claims in the UK. There have been guidance consultation notes released by the Financial Services Authority (FSA) in March 2012. The report indicates that there needs to be further investigation into the ‘root causes’ of complaints of PPI claimants. […]

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The Competition Commission Findings on Mis-Sold PPI

by Legal Author August 1, 2012 PPI Claims

There was a Provisional Findings report of a market investigation in to payment protection insurance by the competition commission published on the 5th June of 2008, which although overdue, resulted in some great changes to our PPI sales system in the UK. There are now less and less opportunities or poor operating procedures, which cause […]

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