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Changes to the Bank of England’s stress test for the UK’s financial institutions will now involve drawing up comprehensive plans to deal with different Brexit scenarios. With the government due to start negotiations over Britain’s exit from the EU, the Bank of England wants to ensure the City is ready for ‘a range of possible outcomes’ with regards to Brexit.
27 April 2017

Changes to the Bank of England’s stress test for the UK’s financial institutions will now involve drawing up comprehensive plans to deal with different Brexit scenarios.

With the government due to start negotiations over Britain’s exit from the EU, the Bank of England wants to ensure the... Read more

Huge sums of money that moved through the UK’s biggest high street banks will be investigated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and the National Crime Agency (NCA) under suspicions they were part of a $20bn Russian money-laundering scam. An investigation by the Guardian revealed that money moved by Russian criminals in the so-called ‘Global Laundromat’ scam between 2010-2014 were passed through the likes of HSBC, RBS, Lloyds and Barclays.
25 April 2017

Huge sums of money that moved through the UK’s biggest high street banks will be investigated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and the National Crime Agency (NCA) under suspicions they were part of a $20bn Russian money-laundering scam.

An investigation by the Guardian revealed that money... Read more

Loopholes and vulnerabilities in the anti-money laundering (AML) checks of UK financial firms will be closed by a new body being formed by the Government. The Office for Professional Body Anti-Money Laundering Supervision (OPBAS) will be a new department within the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and will look to standardise AML and other guidelines related to financial crime.
20 April 2017

Loopholes and vulnerabilities in the anti-money laundering (AML) checks of UK financial firms will be closed by a new body being formed by the Government.

The Office for Professional Body Anti-Money Laundering Supervision (OPBAS) will be a new department within the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and will... Read more

Here at The Fair Trade Practice we make the claims process as simple and as hassle-free as possible for our customers. They are so satisfied with our friendly and open approach that 98%* of our customers come recommended to us by someone they know. Here our customers tell us what it is like to work with us in their own words.
18 April 2017

Here at The Fair Trade Practice we make the claims process as simple and as hassle-free as possible for our customers. They are so satisfied with our friendly and open approach that 98%* of our customers come recommended to us by someone they know.

Here our customers tell us what it is like to work with us in their own words.

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Q: I’ve received a Letter of Authority for my sole claim, but my partner’s name is listed as ‘Applicant 2’. The account was not in joint names so why is this? A: For claims that only relate to your own accounts you will still find the name of your partner on your Letter of Authority (LOA). This is purely the way the paperwork is generated, your partner does not need to sign the form and it has no bearing on your own claim at all.
13 April 2017

Q: I’ve received a Letter of Authority for my sole claim, but my partner’s name is listed as ‘Applicant 2’. The account was not in joint names so why is this?

A: For claims that only relate to your own accounts you will still find the name of your partner on your Letter of Authority (LOA). This is purely the way the paperwork is generated, your partner does not need to sign the form and it has no bearing on your own... Read more

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