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  1. Hi I'm a newbie here and could do with some advice regarding my Mother in Law. She showed me some old solicitors paperwork yesterday from when she took a mortgage advance cheque back in 1995 for £33,000. On the breakdown, there is a payment to Chartered Trust for £8057.00. She thinks it was PPI. Anyone know if this is worth pursuing and if so where to start? Thanks
  2. Hello, I've started chasing BH over a couple of car finance agreements I've had with them over the years, one was with Chartered Trust it goes back a while. I've written the standard letter to them giving as much information as I could (vehicle reg, previous addresses) they have come back and said that as the agreements have been closed more than three years they can't find anything on their system and so they can't do anything unless I have an agreement number, which I don't. Sounds to me like they are just trying to bat me off. Surely a financial institution
  3. Standard Chartered is working on an eleventh-hour agreement with regulators in New York to avoid a potentially damaging showdown next week over Iranian transactions. Senior directors at the bank and its team of lawyers are in talks with Benjamin Lawsky’s New York State Department of Financial Services (DFS) to persuade the regulator at least to postpone the hearing and return to collective negotiations with other agencies. Sources said the bank was “desperate to avoid the hearing” set for next Wednesday, for fear it will fan more flames around the allegations. The DFS has not decided w
  4. Standard Chartered would allow US regulators to audit its New York operations independently as part of a resolution of the money-laundering case against it, the bank told the Daily Mail yesterday. The New York Department of Financial Services (DFS) ordered Standard Chartered to open its doors to an auditor of the regulator’s choosing on Monday as it laid charges that the bank illegally laundered £160billion for Iran. The bank has admitted to wrongdoing in a tiny fraction of these cases. The news comes as US regulators – including the Department of Justice, the Federal Reserve and
  5. Standard Chartered has said it is not involved in the Libor-rigging investigations. Standard Chartered has disclosed that it is not being investigated over the Libor-rigging scandal that has hit the banking industry as it reported its 10th consecutive record set of financial results. Peter Sands, its chief executive, said the bank was not in the frame over rigging of either Libor or Euribor, unlike several other British banks, and that no staff had been suspended. The lender, which focuses on emerging markets, reported a 9pc rise in pre-tax profits for the first six months of the year to
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