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Banks To Defy The FSA Over PPI Rules

In the latest bit of controversy regarding the mass issue of missold payment protection that is consistently leaning over the financial world, the British Banking Association has now stated it’s members will be refusing to follow the new standards that were set by the FSA regarding PPI.

The new regulations, brought in by the FSA in order to try and regulate the amount of complaints regarding PPI that the banks were refusing to deal with, and were consequently being referred to the Financial Ombudsman Service to deal with.

December 1st was the target date for the new laws to be brought in, but the BBA has stated that whilst they are in a legal dispute with the FSA regarding missold payment protection that ‘the issue of implementing the rules falls away’.

Consequences for these decisions are primarily that all PPI complaints currently lodged with the various financial institutions – with the exception of those related to claims payouts – will essentially be frozen awaiting the outcome of the case’s judicial review due in January.

The FSA had previously stated that it expected companies to apply the new guidelines from the target date regardless of the Judicial Review, and that it would take enforcement action if they were not.

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Posted by Shaun Edwards on 29 Nov 2010

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