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  1. http://www.mortgagestrategy.co.uk/latest-news/kensington-parent-launches-200m-securitisation/1059098.article
  2. Banks are facing another mis-selling scandal that could cost the industry £200m in compensation payments. The UK’s high street banks are in talks with the Financial Services Authority after one of the industry’s main suppliers of credit card insurance was fined a record £10.5m and told to pay what could be £14.5m in redress to its customers. The compensation relates to 300,000 customers sold insurance by Credit Card Protection. However a much larger number of credit card holders, around 4.1m were sold the CPP product by their banks. If each of the banks’ customers were to get the same l
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