Half of FTSE100 High Court action involves leading banks

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  • This should come as no surprise. Endowment policies, payment protection 'misselling', CDO's, CLO's, obscene levels of interest charged, the 'give it to me' bonus culture that took no account of the interest of clients but instead is all about the interests of the individual bankers etc etc and on and on.
    Still, many lawyers make a very nice living out of the distress of others whilst the mega firms won't bite the hand that feeds them (for every dodgy deal there is a lawyer making fees).
    The solution? Make banks work for society and not the other way round, and get the lawyers to get the contracts right in the first place!

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  • Made in accordance with international rights treaties, human rights and favors.To that used by the Authority is forced to pay expenses, the person since the person must be made ??by bank credit and cash contracts.agreements used by the person's spending is important and be individuals, to pay the bank wants to know the person.Everyone has the right to equal and free.

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  • can i take a bank to court for getting me to take out a mortgage to buy a plot and then taking away funding to develop site even although it was banks suggestion that i do newbuilds and informed bank all the way

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  • @Bobby Smith: You touched on two very different issues. One issue is that there was a culture of misselling that was fuelled by overconsumption and greed on the part of banks, investors and consumers.
    A lot of the structured products worked as they were meant to work - it was not a problem with the documentation.

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