High Court judge to consider bid for judicial review of PPI reclaim deadline
A PPI claims has applied to the High Court for a judicial review of the FCA's decision to set a time-bar on claims
5 June 2017
MoneySavingExpert.com and Which? team up for PPI help leaflet
MoneySavingExpert.com and Which? have teamed up to help consumers reject unfair PPI redress offers from banks
16 May 2014
Mortgage approvals at lowest level for seven months
According to the BBA, mortgage approvals for house purchases fell to their lowest level in seven months in February
25 March 2013
PPI mis-selling bill reaches £8.9 billion
£439 million was paid out to victims of PPI mis-selling in January, taking the overall total to £8.9 billion
8 March 2013
Switching bank accounts 'must be made easier'
Banks are still not doing enough to help consumers find the best current account deals, says the OFT
25 January 2013
Claim PPI now as banks call for deadline
Banks have asked the regulator to set a deadline on PPI mis-selling claims, a proposition we strongly oppose
16 January 2013
Co-op fined for delaying PPI complaints
The bank unfairly put some PPI complaints on hold during an unsuccessful challenge to FSA rules
4 January 2013
House prices fell in July
House prices have fallen for the first time in seven months, says property analyst Hometrack
30 July 2012
HSBC takes further PPI mis-selling hit
HSBC has taken a further £341.6 million hit to cover mis-sold payment protection insurance, it has been announced today
30 July 2012
£730.5 million paid out in PPI claims in May
£730.5 million was paid out to victims of PPI mis-selling by lenders in May, says the Financial Services Authority
20 July 2012
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