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  • fraud Tagged - Gladstone Brookes
    laundering racketeering scandal Serious Fraud Office standard chartered Three top British banks have revealed they are investigating the possibility they may have been used for corrupt payments by FIFA officials Barclays HSBC and Standard Chartered are among dozens of banks named in a US Department of Justice indictment following the arrest of seven FIFA officials who together with seven others were charged with racketeering wire fraud and money laundering over a 24 year period Read More Police warn of fake PPI payment scam By Mike Birkett Published 2015 04 27T09 13 49 0000 Posted in News PPI 27th April 2015 Tagged cheque compensation Financial Ombudsman Service FOS fraud Ministry of Justice MoJ PPI PPI claim scams voucher Police are warning the public of a new surge in fake PPI payment scams across the country Lancashire police say they have had a number of complaints from people who have fallen victim to the scam which asks them to make an up front payment before a compensation cheque can be released Read More MPs demand police inquiry into Clydesdale scandal By Mike Birkett Published 2015 04 17T10 37 25 0000 Posted in Banks News PPI 17th April 2015 Tagged Clydesdale compensation Financial Conduct Authority FCA financial crisis Financial Ombudsman Service FOS forgery fraud Loans Mortgages PPI PPI Claims regulator Serious Fraud Office Yorkshire Two influential MPs are calling for a police inquiry into the Clydesdale PPI scandal which saw the bank fined a record 20 7 million by the UK regulator The bank based in Edinburgh and its sister company the Yorkshire Bank has admitted tampering with evidence falsifying documents and mis leading the Financial Ombudsman Service FOS over rejected claims Read More Bank Of Scotland accused of criminal fraud over mortgages By Mike Birkett Published 2014 12 10T09 32 37 0000 Posted in Banks Mortgages News 10th December 2014 Tagged appeal Arrears Bank Of Scotland fraud Lloyds Banking Group LBG mortgage repayments repossession Bank Of Scotland has been accused of criminal fraud by Northern Ireland s Attorney General because of the way the bank treated some of their customers who fell behind with their mortgage payments A previous hearing in August had found the bank guilty of double billing some customers who were in arrears Read More Beware the phone scammers warning By Mike Birkett Published 2014 12 04T10 00 42 0000 Posted in Help News Personal Finance 4th December 2014 Tagged claims management cold call compensation credit card Financial Ombudsman Service FOS fraud Ministry of Justice MoJ phone scammers PIN PPI premium rate Households across the UK are being warned to watch out for phone scammers trying to rip them off after new figures show the amount of money lost by unsuspecting victims has tripled in the last year Fraud prevention experts estimate almost 24 million has been stolen in the last year up from 7 million in 2013 Read More Barclays settle interest rate swap claim out of court By Mike Birkett Published 2014 04 08T14 21 07 0000

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  • high frequency traders Tagged - Gladstone Brookes
    America The fine 48 72 million in sterling was levied after the bank admitted failing to protect its clients from high frequency traders who use superfast computers to gain an advantage over ordinary investors Credit Suisse were fined 60 million for a similar offence Read More Search for By Month Select month February 2016 January 2016 December 2015 November 2015 October 2015 September 2015 August 2015 July 2015 June 2015 May 2015 April 2015 March 2015 February 2015 January 2015 December 2014 November 2014 October 2014 September 2014 August 2014 July 2014 June 2014 May 2014 April 2014 March 2014 February 2014 January 2014 December 2013 November 2013 October 2013 September 2013 August 2013 July 2013 June 2013 May 2013 April 2013 March 2013 February 2013 January 2013 December 2012 November 2012 October 2012 September 2012 August 2012 July 2012 June 2012 May 2012 April 2012 March 2012 January 2012 December 2011 November 2011 October 2011 September 2011 August 2011 July 2011 June 2011 May 2011 April 2011 March 2011 February 2011 January 2011 December 2010 November 2010 October 2010 August 2010 By Category Uncategorised PPI News Mortgages MPPI Mortgage Mis selling Technology Banks Debt Debt Advice Debt Statistics Friday Round Up Insurance Debates Help MAU Money Advice Personal Finance Banking Credit Energy Money Saving Pensions Money Memories Gladstone Brookes Charity Charity highlights Going the Extra Mile Wolves Foundation Success Stories Opinion Site Information Contact Us From the Blog Follow Us Site Information Terms Conditions Privacy Policy Complaints Procedure Fees Charges Sitemap Terms Conditions Privacy Policy Complaints Procedure Fees Charges Sitemap Contact Us Gladstone Brookes Ltd 47 Museum Street Warrington Cheshire WA1 1LD UK Tel 08000 461 825 Fax 08442 510 511 From the Blog Lenders Are Locked in a Price War And Customers Are Reaping the Benefits Clydesdale Bank

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  • investors Tagged - Gladstone Brookes
    been predicted soon Nothing new in that you might think but the suggestion is they might have to go down before they can go up Read More Co op bank dodges 120 million fine but is censured by regulators By Mike Birkett Published 2015 08 19T16 24 03 0000 Posted in Banks News 19th August 2015 Tagged Britannia capital censure Co op Bank Financial Conduct Authority FCA investors Lloyds Loans Prudential Regulation Authority PRA regulators stock market The troubled Co op Bank has dodged a possible 120 million fine for the failings which led up to its virtual collapse in 2013 after a 1 5 billion black hole was found in its balance sheet The bank has been under intense scrutiny from both the Financial Conduct Authority FCA and Prudential Regulation Authority PRA for the last two years after it had to be rescued by a consortium of investors led by American hedge funds The Co operative parent company now owns just 20 of the bank Read More Has the buy to let boom created a ticking time bomb By Mike Birkett Published 2015 07 16T14 19 37 0000 Posted in Mortgages News Personal Finance 16th July 2015 Tagged Bank of England buy to let deposit interest only interest rates investors landlords Loans mortgage negative equity nest egg pension Retirement Has the perfect storm of cheap buy to let mortgages and eager investors with newly released pension pots created a ticking time bomb for the UK economy The Bank Of England are sufficiently concerned about the soaring growth in the market that they have asked their staff to look at ways of regulating the sector Read More Treasury confirm Lloyds retail sale By Mike Birkett Published 2015 06 01T11 38 23 0000 Posted in Banks News 1st June 2015 Tagged Chancellor financial crisis investors Lloyds taxpayer Treasury The Treasury has confirmed it is to launch a Lloyds share sale to the public within the next 12 months It also announced that it has sold a further 1 of shares as part of the Chancellor s trading plan to take its stake below 19 Read More Cameron promises discount Lloyds shares for ordinary investors By Mike Birkett Published 2015 04 22T09 06 29 0000 Posted in Banks News 22nd April 2015 Tagged bailout election financial crash investors Lloyds shares Prime Minister David Cameron has promised thousands of ordinary investors will get the chance to buy 4 billion worth of shares in the latest sell off of Lloyds shares if the Conservatives win the general election on May 7 th Institutional investors will be able to snap up another 5 billion of the government s remaining stake in the bank Read More Search for By Month Select month February 2016 January 2016 December 2015 November 2015 October 2015 September 2015 August 2015 July 2015 June 2015 May 2015 April 2015 March 2015 February 2015 January 2015 December 2014 November 2014 October 2014 September 2014 August 2014 July 2014 June 2014 May 2014

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  • mis-sold PPI Tagged - Gladstone Brookes
    the NHS and money had suddenly become very tight I saw the advert on TV and even though I wasn t sure whether or not I had PPI I decided to ask them if they could find out she said Read More SUCCESS STORY Five successful cases net John 21 000 By Mike Birkett Published 2015 09 14T09 00 59 0000 Posted in Gladstone Brookes News PPI Success Stories 14th September 2015 Tagged Lloyds MBNA mis sold PPI pensioners successful claims Five successful claims against Lloyds Bank and MBNA have netted former production manager John Morton just over 21 000 and there s the possibility of still more to come for him and wife Maureen The couple had been thinking of making a claim for mis sold PPI for some time but Maureen was worried there might be a lot of hassle involved Read More Banks pay out another 327 9 million for mis sold PPI By Mike Birkett Published 2015 09 11T15 02 14 0000 Posted in Banks News PPI 11th September 2015 Tagged commission deadline Financial Conduct Authority FCA Financial Services Authority FSA Judicial Review mis sold PPI Plevin PPI PPI Claims Supreme Court thematic review time bar New figures from the Financial Conduct Authority FCA show that Britain s banks paid out another 327 9 million for mis sold PPI in July That maintains the average ⅓ billion increase each month over the last year and brings the overall total paid out since January 2011 to 20 8 billion Read More Co op Bank losses rise to 204 million By Mike Birkett Published 2015 08 20T14 19 48 0000 Posted in Banks News PPI 20th August 2015 Tagged Britannia Co op Co operative Bank Financial Conduct Authority FCA interest rate hedging products mis sold PPI PPI Prudential Regulation Authority PRA The Co operative Bank has almost tripled its losses for the first half of the year from 77 million in 2014 to 204 million this year and says it could be another two years before it is back in the black The bank has been under siege since nearly going under two years ago when it had to be rescued by a consortium of investors after a 1 5 million black hole was discovered in its balance sheet Read More Virgin Money chief wants PPI deadline By Mike Birkett Published 2015 08 04T10 11 43 0000 Posted in Banks News PPI 4th August 2015 Tagged Barclays British Banker s Association BBA challenger banks compensation deadline Financial Conduct Authority FCA HSBC Lloyds Bank loan mis sold mis sold PPI mortgaged Northern Rock PPI PPI Claims PPI costs Royal Bank of Scotland RBS scandal TSB Virgin Money Virgin Money boss Jayne Anne Gadhia says the next chief executive of UK s financial regulator should introduce a deadline on future PPI claims and let the banking sector go back to growing Martin Wheatley was recently ousted as chief executive of the Financial Conduct Authority FCA by Chancellor George Osborne Now

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  • Loans Tagged - Gladstone Brookes
    to be messing around trying to sort out details for making a claim Read More SUCCESS STORY I didn t expect more than a couple of thousand By Mike Birkett Published 2015 12 03T13 20 41 0000 Posted in Gladstone Brookes PPI Success Stories 3rd December 2015 Tagged compensation credit card Halifax Loans PPI Warehouseman Melvin Lee wasn t sure whether or not he had PPI on the loans and credit card he had with Halifax but something kept nagging at him to find out Eventually I started doing some research on the internet and found Gladstone Brookes and decided to make my claims through them Read More SUCCESS STORY It s all thanks to my friend By Mike Birkett Published 2015 11 30T09 53 17 0000 Posted in Gladstone Brookes PPI Success Stories 30th November 2015 Tagged Barclays credit card Loans Marks Spencer PPI Administrator Debbie Forbes and partner Carl Taylor had heard all about PPI like many other people but had never made a claim of their own It s all thanks to my friend who told me she had done it and how much she d got back Then when I saw the Gladstone Brookes advert on TV I thought it was time to find out even though I didn t think I had it said Debbie Read More SUCCESS STORY Over 24 800 I knew nothing about By Mike Birkett Published 2015 10 28T14 12 48 0000 Posted in Gladstone Brookes PPI Success Stories 28th October 2015 Tagged Cheltenham Gloucester credit card Lloyds Loans MBNA mis sold mortgage PPI Patrick first contacted Gladstone Brookes about possible mis sold PPI in May 2012 He thought he may have had it on a series of loans his mortgage with Cheltenham and Gloucester and an MBNA credit card Read More High risk mortgages are back By Mike Birkett Published 2015 10 26T13 45 33 0000 Posted in Mortgages News 26th October 2015 Tagged deposit Financial Conduct Authority FCA first time buyers Help To Buy high risk interest rates Loans Mortgages property ladder High risk mortgages are back especially for first time buyers According to figures released by the Financial Conduct Authority FCA 14 2 of mortgages granted to first time buyers in the first six months of 2015 were high income multiple and low deposit Read More SUCCESS STORY Double success for Dave and Doreen By Mike Birkett Published 2015 10 21T14 58 49 0000 Posted in Gladstone Brookes News PPI Success Stories 21st October 2015 Tagged compensation Loans mis sold NatWest PPI When Doreen Cumming saw the Gladstone Brookes advert on TV she started to wonder whether or not she had ever taken out PPI But I honestly couldn t remember whether I had or not so I did nothing about it for months but one day I decided it was worth giving a try and made the phone call Read More SUCCESS STORY The service was exceptional By Mike Birkett Published 2015 10 21T14 26 58 0000

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  • Gladstone Brookes - What does the decline of physical cash mean for us?
    its operations including staff numbers It s part of a global trend fast gaining popularity Many governments particularly in Europe are keen to move away from cash In Denmark some shops were recently permitted to refuse cash as a means of reducing the use of physical currency But why isn t an unreasonable question There s a number of reasons A study by Tufts University posed that the combined costs of cash handling in the US including everything from collecting sorting transporting and ATM fees amounts to 200 billion a year Less cash in circulation could also mean less crime Assaults on anywhere or anyone carrying cash would undoubtedly decline while there are even ramifications for organised crime networks that rely on physical cash What s more cash has been found to be grossly unhealthy 87 of notes are thought to carry harmful bacteria In Sweden a country that has moved to an almost cash free economy not even Big Issue sellers need to take cash Four out of five purchases are now made electronically The polar opposite is a country like Japan where everyone relies on cash often carrying tens of thousands of yen at a time because of levies Japanese banks charge on large transactions Ultimately expect to move towards a system similar to Denmark or Sweden which could be unfortunate if you re patriotic a picture of the sitting royal in your pocket or wallet might be a thing of the past before long Just remember to keep a pound coin handy for the supermarket shopping trolley This entry was posted in News Search for By Month Select month February 2016 January 2016 December 2015 November 2015 October 2015 September 2015 August 2015 July 2015 June 2015 May 2015 April 2015 March 2015 February 2015 January 2015 December 2014 November 2014 October 2014 September 2014 August 2014 July 2014 June 2014 May 2014 April 2014 March 2014 February 2014 January 2014 December 2013 November 2013 October 2013 September 2013 August 2013 July 2013 June 2013 May 2013 April 2013 March 2013 February 2013 January 2013 December 2012 November 2012 October 2012 September 2012 August 2012 July 2012 June 2012 May 2012 April 2012 March 2012 January 2012 December 2011 November 2011 October 2011 September 2011 August 2011 July 2011 June 2011 May 2011 April 2011 March 2011 February 2011 January 2011 December 2010 November 2010 October 2010 August 2010 By Category Uncategorised PPI News Mortgages MPPI Mortgage Mis selling Technology Banks Debt Debt Advice Debt Statistics Friday Round Up Insurance Debates Help MAU Money Advice Personal Finance Banking Credit Energy Money Saving Pensions Money Memories Gladstone Brookes Charity Charity highlights Going the Extra Mile Wolves Foundation Success Stories Opinion About the Author Gladstone Brookes Twitter Google Latest Posts Lenders Are Locked in a Price War And Customers Are Reaping the Benefits Clydesdale Bank floated after last minute scare Lloyds axes 1 700 jobs Former HBOS executives under the microscope Toothless FCA escapes no confidence vote Site Information

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  • Gladstone Brookes - News - Page 2 of 101
    Conduct Authority FCA PRA Prudential Regulation Authority PRA regulator Andrew Bailey from the Bank Of England is to be the new head of the Financial Conduct Authority FCA Mr Bailey is currently a deputy governor of the Bank and chief executive of the UK s other finance watchdog the Prudential Regulation Authority PRA Read More Controversial self cert lender suspends lending By Mike Birkett Published 26th January 2016 Posted in Mortgages News Personal Finance 26th January 2016 Tagged affordability Financial Conduct Authority FCA Financial Ombudsman Service FOS Loans MMR Mortgage Market Review Mortgages self cert self certification SVR Wingate Wuick Loans A controversial new mortgage lender offering online self certification loans has had to suspend lending after being swamped with applications for loans The new company selfcert co uk says it received more than 4 000 inquiries in its first two days of operation crashing its website Read More Banks getting ready for 5 billion wave of new PPI claims By Mike Birkett Published 26th January 2016 Posted in Banks News PPI 26th January 2016 Tagged Barclays commission deadline Financial Conduct Authority FCA HSBC Lloyds Mis selling Plevin PPI PPI Claims ppi complaints PPI Deadline Royal Bank of Scotland RBS Insiders have revealed that Britain s top high street banks are ready to set aside at least another 5 billion to pay off a new wave of successful PPI claims With their annual figures all due out in the next few weeks bank officials are finalising plans to set aside a massive amount of money which could take the overall PPI bill to more than 30 billion Read More The Future of PPI Part 1 By Gladstone Brookes Published 25th January 2016 Posted in News PPI 25th January 2016 As arguably the biggest scandal in UK financial history the legacy of the PPI debacle is this 22 2 billion of reclaimed money paid to clients who were mis sold to and the banks have set aside a further 6 billion to pay future successful claims Read More Commons will debate motion of no confidence in the FCA By Mike Birkett Published 22nd January 2016 Posted in News PPI 22nd January 2016 Tagged banking culture FCA Financial Conduct Authority FCA Guto Bebb John Mann Martin Wheatley regulator Treasury Select Committee watchdog MPs are going to debate a motion of no confidence in the UK s financial regulator the Financial Conduct Authority FCA following concerns about the way in which the watchdog has been conducting its business in recent months FCA chairman John Griffith Jones and interim chief executive Tracey McDermott were called before the influential Treasury Select Committee this week to answer questions about their independence from government Read More 2 of 67 1 2 3 4 5 65 66 67 Latest Posts Lenders Are Locked in a Price War And Customers Are Reaping the Benefits Clydesdale Bank floated after last minute scare Lloyds axes 1 700 jobs Former HBOS executives under the microscope Toothless FCA escapes no confidence vote Our

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  • Gladstone Brookes - News - Page 3 of 101
    Sharp rises in bank fees could mean it s time to switch your account claim experts While some fees are on the increase special deals are being offered by other banks to encourage consumers to switch their money to them Read More SUCCESS STORY The service was excellent By Mike Birkett Published 19th January 2016 Posted in Gladstone Brookes News PPI Success Stories 19th January 2016 Tagged claims Loans PPI Yorkshire Bank Restaurant manager Angela Harper knew she had PPI attached to some of the loans she had taken out with Yorkshire Bank but hadn t done anything about trying to claim it back until she saw the Gladstone Brookes advert on the TV I knew I might have something to come back but hadn t done anything about it However after calling Gladstone Brookes I realised they would be doing all the hard work and I must say the service was excellent Read More FCA helps US regulator to investigate British based bankers By Mike Birkett Published 15th January 2016 Posted in Banks News 15th January 2016 Tagged Bank of America Bank of England bonds Credit Agricole Credit Suisse Debt FCA Financial Conduct Authority FCA foreign exchange gilts LIBOR Lloyds Nomura SSA The Financial Conduct Authority FCA has been helping the American Department of Justice DoJ to investigate three British based bankers over a possible new rate rigging scandal This time it s the complex worldwide debt market which is the subject of the inquiry All three traders plus another from the Bank Of America have been placed on leave until the investigation is resolved Read More Cameron to commission 13 000 new affordable homes By Mike Birkett Published 14th January 2016 Posted in News 14th January 2016 Tagged affordable homes brownfield sites first time buyer home ownership housing planning pemission starter homes Prime Minister David Cameron says he will directly commission the building of 13 000 new affordable homes on brownfield sites around Britain It is part of a plan to build 30 000 cheap starter homes and a further 30 000 market homes within five years on such sites Read More UK banks face a costly 2016 By Mike Birkett Published 14th January 2016 Posted in Banks News PPI 14th January 2016 Tagged Barclays claims compensatin deadline FCA Financial Conduct Authority FCA foreign exchange Forex interest Lloyds Mis selling money laundering mortgage PPI PPI Claims PPI Mis selling RBS Serious Fraud Office taxpayer Britain s banks are facing a costly 2016 which will see them hit with billions of pounds more in fines and lawsuits as well as continuing to pay out on thousands of new PPI claims Top analysts at Investec asset management are warning that legacy issues like PPI mis selling rigging of interest and foreign exchange rates and the bribing of Middle East investors are likely to cost them dear in the coming year Read More 3 of 67 1 2 3 4 5 6 65 66 67 Latest Posts Lenders Are Locked in

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