22 January 2014Print This Post

Suing the banks: A practical guide to financial mis-selling claims

In response to a record £28m fine for Lloyds Bank, FCA director Tracey McDermott said last month: “Customers have a right to expect better from our leading financial institutions and we expect firms to put customers first”.

Many businesses and individuals have found that they have been mis-sold products by the banks, and unfortunately obtaining compensation has been far from straightforward. Cases of financial mis-selling have been widely covered in the news in the last year especially, and it is more important than ever that you remain up to date.

MBL’s one day conference offers you the opportunity to catch up with the latest strategies on how to pursue a mis-selling claim effectively. This conference will appeal to all those litigators who need to reinforce their knowledge in relation to such issues as mortgage mis-selling, IRHPs and how to approach settlement.

Join a panel of expert speakers on 30 January in London and explore topics such as: understanding the documents and products; the implications of the latest cases; calculating your (recoverable) loss;  mortgage mis-selling; alternative avenues such as the FOS, the FSCS and the Redress Scheme.

For the full conference agenda and details of how to book please click here.



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