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The Business Banking Resolution Service – a new option for banks and their customers?

The BBRS provides a new platform for small to medium enterprises (SMEs) to resolve complaints with their banks

13 April 2021

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Burges Salmon sees further growth with partner appointments

The firm is pleased to announce the appointment of five new partners, across key growth areas including Banking and Finance, Dispute Resolution and Projects
30 March 2021

Rectification of Pension Scheme Documentation: Has the Univar decision changed anything?

The first fully argued pensions rectification case since the much talked about decision of the Court of Appeal in FSHC v GLAS Trust, Univar is a landmark decision
03 September 2020

Russell Adams v Carey Pensions: What does it mean for SIPP operators?

We review the long awaited judgment and give our view on the key takeaways for SIPP operators and potential areas for future regulatory development as a result
26 May 2020

Top Tips for Terminating Contracts

Matthew Walker from the firm's Dispute Resolution team discusses the key points to consider when terminating contracts

11 June 2019

A new regulatory agenda for the pensions sector

The Pensions Regulator (TPR) and the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) have announced a joint regulatory strategy to address changes to the way people save for and take their pension.
14 December 2018

FOS exonerated from allegations of institutional bias

A July 2018 independent review into the services provided by the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) has found that there is no evidence of institutional bias, a finding that should be welcomed by all.
24 August 2018

Office holders take note – judicial help is on hand

The special administrators of MF Global UK asked the court for urgent directions regarding the implementation of a CVA. We look at what the decision means for office holders.
26 June 2018

Limiting liability for misrepresentation: key issues and practical points

Contractual clauses limiting liability for misrepresentation have stood up to scrutiny. There are practical steps parties can take to minimise the risk of claims for misrepresentation against them.
06 November 2017

Duty of care and regulatory compliance: no duty to customers for banks in FCA review

Ten years on from the financial crash, banks still face accusations that they mis-sold interest rate hedging products. Customers' options for challenging these sales and their reviews are narrowing.
30 August 2017

FCA v Macris: restrictive meaning of "identifies" under s393 FSMA 2000

Supreme Court overturns the findings of the Court of Appeal and the Upper Tribunal and adopts a restrictive meaning of the word "identifies" in s393 FSMA 2000 in FCA v Macris.
03 May 2017

Suitability and the duty of care in investment advice – developments to watch for in 2017

Dispute Resolution Festive Forecast: today, we look at investment advice and suitability. Will 2017 bring greater clarity on advisers’ duties?
13 December 2016
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