The FCA's published its consultation on plans to bring in a 2018 deadline for PPI claims
HSBC has put aside an additional £353m for PPI mis-selling taking its total bill to £2.46 billion
RBS says the additional £100 million set aside for PPI reflects 'higher than expected reactive complaint volumes'
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Energy giant E.on expects to pay out £20 million to customers after it was found guilty of serious mis-selling
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Lloyds has been fined £28m by the FCA for sales incentive schemes, which pressured staff to sell
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Barclays reveals it's setting aside more cash to cover its PPI mis-selling
Swinton will refund thousands of customers after it was fined for mis-selling monthly add-on insurance policies
Claims management companies will have to agree all customer contracts in writing before taking a fee under new rules