FCA spotlight remains focused on Contracts For Difference industry

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High Court grants £1m costs extension in Lloyds/HBoS case

The High Court has granted Lloyds permission to increase its costs budget by more than £1m in its headline dispute with shareholders, owing to “significant developments in the case”.

Lloyds asked to increase its budget by £1.2m to account for the 12-day delay at the start of the trial, which was due to begin on 2 October but instead began on 19 October after  Mr Justice Nugee and other members of counsel sustained significant injuries.

 

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