Category: Banking Law

Business Banking Resolution Service Pilot Launches for SMEs: Is your business eligible to apply for redress?

The Business Banking Resolution Service (BBRS) is the latest independent organisation set up to offer alternative redress for businesses that have been victim to banking misconduct. On 1…

UK Supreme Court finds Daiwa Capital Markets in breach of its Duty and upholds $153 million Negligence Claim

The UK Supreme Court, in the much anticipated judgment in Singularis Holdings Ltd (the “Respondent”) v Daiwa Capital Markets Europe Ltd (the “Appellant”) [2019] UKSC 50, have unanimously…

LEXLAW Raises Concerns with the FCA on its Implementation and Oversight of the IRHP Review & Redress Scheme

In June 2019, the FCA appointed Mr John Swift QC as an independent reviewer for the lessons learned review commissioned by the FCA’s board. The review of the…

GRG Complaints Process Outcomes: What next?

In October 2018, the complaints process closed to individuals with claims against the Royal Bank of Scotland’s notorious Global Restructuring Group. Individuals and SMEs are now starting to receive updates on their complaints with some receiving outcome letters. Your complaint to GRG The complaints process is a…