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Battered banks face huge extra payouts: Mis-selling bill keeps rising to dash hopes of end to crisis

Figures from the regulator show that recent payouts have been increasing. The Financial Conduct Authority said that banks across Britain paid out just over £420 million in compensation in April and the same in May. The figures had been creeping up since February and March, when they paid £409 million and £375 million respectively.

PPI policies were sold to borrowers supposedly to guarantee that they could pay off loans if they lost their job or were unable to work. However, the policies were often sold to people who did not want the cover or who would have been ineligible to claim because they were self-employed or in some cases on benefits.

The rising PPI bill will stain otherwise strong results from Lloyds Banking Group. Analysts at Investec expect it to report pre-tax profits of £2.6 billion for the first half. It made a £400 million loss in the same period in 2012.

The rising profits will strengthen the case for a quick sale of at least part of the Government’s 38 per cent stake in the bank.

Meanwhile, Royal Bank of Scotland results are likely to prove disappointing for Chancellor George Osborne. Although it is likely to show a half-year profit of £1.5 billion compared with a loss of £1.5 billion in 2012, the rate of profitability is expected to have slowed.

Barclays will post profits of £3.6 billion, down from £4.2 billion last year. The drop is mainly due to the costs of closing down controversial divisions of its business.

article taken from – This Is Money

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Posted by Jay Beecher on 31 Jul 2013

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