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“Caps”, although always not right for customers are the most “friendly” type of Interest Rate Hedging Product. Rather than fixing the rate of interest, as in the case of a “Swap”, the most common type of product, a customer who purchased a Cap benef…

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We have now dealt with cases, which have gone through the FCA Review process, for over 100 clients.

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We have recently helped a client with an Interest Rate Swap miss selling case. They had taken part in the Review unrepresented and achieved a poor result.

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It seems clear to me now that, having submitted a good many Consequential losses claims for the victims of Interest Rate miss selling, that the banks are effectively applying a policy of refusing to pay any such losses.

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The FCA have issued their latest update on the Interest Rate hedging product scandal today. I can’t help feeling that they sound like the publicity arm of the big banks at times.

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I have been looking at the FCA data concerning the Number and progress of SWAPs claims that are going through the review.

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ITV news ran with a story last night about the owner of a property company who feels like the bank were using “underhand tactics” and deliberate delays.

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We attended a meeting yesterday with Lloyds Bank. The bank reviewer (BR) had come up with a redress offer for our client which amounted to alternative product redress which was of no real benefit to the client.

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