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I would'nt mind going to this:

 

28 January 2010 British Bankers' Association, Pinners Hall, London EC2N 1EX

 

Member Price £343.85 including VAT

 

Non-Members Price £458.85 including VAT

 

Introduction

 

Outlandish claims in aggressive marketing through massive advertising campaigns is increasingly challenging for financial services. Whilst banks are always happy for their customers to get help and support from third parties when making a complaint, the rise of the 'pro-forma claim' championed by claims management companies (CMCs) and reliant on potential legal loopholes in consumer credit agreements to claim unenforceability, is a growing headache for the banking sector. Whilst regulators are taking appropriate regulatory and enforcement action, given the diversity of challenge and the individuality of the pleadings, it appears that these are ultimately claims that must be decided before a court.

 

The seminar brings together a panel of experts from across the industry to provide much needed clarity on enforceability of credit agreements and what is being done to tackle opportunist CMCs preying on vulnerable consumers facing financial difficulties. It will provide delegates with practical advice on how to mitigate the risk of unenforceable consumer credit agreement claims.

 

Speakers include:

 

Nigel Cates, Deputy Director, Consumer Credit Group, Office of Fair Trading

Kevin Rousell, Head of Claims Management Regulation, Ministry of Justice

Julia Smith, Barrister, Gough Square Chambers

Joanna Elson, Chief Executive, Money Advice Trust

Advertising Standards Authority - name of speaker to confirmed

Royal Bank of Scotland - name of speaker to be confirmed

 

Topics include:

 

Interpreting the Consumer Credit Act (CCA)

The OFT's action - overview of the proposed guidance

Overview of the Ministry of Justice's regulatory and enforcement action

The claimant lawyer perspective

Enforcing against misleading advertising by CMCS

Dealing with claims management companies - the bank perspective

 

Link:

 

BBA – British Bankers' Association - Debt and Enforceability Seminar


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Outlandish- Sort your banks out then:mad: claims in aggressive marketing through massive advertising campaigns is increasingly challenging for financial services. Whilst banks are always happy for their customers to get help and support- lying toerags:rolleyes:from third parties when making a complaint, the rise of the 'pro-forma claim' championed by claims management companies (CMCs) and reliant on potential legal loopholes in consumer credit agreements to claim unenforceability, is a growing headache for the banking sector. Whilst regulators are taking appropriate regulatory and enforcement action, given the diversity of challenge and the individuality of the pleadings, it appears that these are ultimately claims that must be decided before a court.

 

The seminar brings together a panel of experts from across the industry to provide much needed clarity on enforceability credit agreements and what is being done to tackle opportunist CMCs preying on vulnerable consumers facing financial difficulties- thats the banks and credit card companies then:x It will provide delegates with practical advice on how to mitigate the risk of unenforceable consumer credit agreement claims- in othfer words how to ensure that any valid claims are struck out in favour of the banks:x

 

 

sounds a lot like Angela the mouthpiece knight


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