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Banks Debate PPI Fight

Following the ruling from the high courts last week that banks would be expected to pay compensation to those who were victims of being missold payment protection over the last five years according to regulations brought in last December, banks are now deliberating whether to once again appeal against the law.

Although the British Banker’s Association were given just nine days to appeal against the ruling, they are holding crunch talks with their lawyers to decide whether the investment in further challenging the high courts will be worth it. The BBA – which includes noted financial institutions such as Barclays, Lloyds TSB and HSBC – will certainly remain under pressure from the Financial Ombudsman Service to not further delay the complaints that have been made by consumers – of which there have already been 100,00 just this year.

Speaking on behalf of the Ombudsman Service, Chief Ombudsman Natalie Ceeney noted the damage that she expected to be done to the bank’s already questionable reputation should they continue to fight the issue:

‘This has led to delays, uncertainty and frustration for consumers. Now we have a clear-cut ruling, we need to work together to resolve these complaints as quickly as possible. It will greatly benefit all of our reputations to do so’

Whilst the BBA would not comment on the issue, their protest has to be lodged by a week on Tuesday, meaning that consumers would find out soon enough whether or not their complaints are likely to be upheld for even longer.

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Posted by Shaun Edwards on 04 May 2011

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