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Polly Blenkin in Lexis Nexis on options for those seeking to bring a mis-selling claim against a bank

Posted on 02 July 2018 by Nicola Laver. Source: LexisNexis

Options for those seeking to bring a mis-selling claim against a bank (Parmar and another v Barclays Bank Plc)

Managing Associate Polly Blenkin discusses the practical implications of the Parmar and another v Barclays Bank Plc case outcome, especially as it relates to those seeking to bring a mis-selling claim against a bank.

Polly says: "The principal difficulty in claims for the mis-selling of IRHPs is to establish that the bank owed relevant duties to the customer, eg breach of statutory duty, breach of implied duties, negligent advice, negligent provision of information, misrepresentation and/or breach of implied duties in relation to the FCA review. The strongest cause of action for the mis-selling of an IRHP is for breach of the relevant FCA rules, principally the COBS Rules, since these impose substantial duties upon banks."

Read the full article here.

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