Just under a year ago I wrote a LinkedIn post asking whether we were through the financial mis-selling storm. The Senior
The Bank of England has admitted that its bonus clawback scheme, trumpeted as "robust action to tackle inappropriate remuneration
Libor fixing, mis-selling and other banking misdeeds continue to garner bad headlines, as financial institutions pay out
SSE published this apology on its website Both Which? and Consumer Focus said they also supported Ofgem's case for greater
One of Britain's biggest energy suppliers has apologised "unreservedly" to customers after learning it is to be fined a record
The number of complaints made to the Financial Ombudsman about payment protection insurance (PPI) has risen yet again, with
HSBC's results revealed a less rosy year than analysts were expecting, with the UK operations losing £670 million as a result
Lloyds Banking Group has been fined £4.3 million by the Financial Services Authority for delaying claims payments for those
Swiss bank UBS has been fined £9.45 million for mis-selling the AIG Enhanced Variable Rate fund to hundreds of customers
Two of the biggest mis-selling scandals to hit British banks has forced Barclays to put another £1bn aside for claims, just
Bankers used to synonymous with boring. They used to be the most dull people on the high street, and by dull mean dependable, stolid, trustworthy. The most uptight, emotionally constipated and risk averse character in Dad's Army was a bank manager.