Clydesdale Bank, yet more dishonesty
National Australia Bank is making moves to float Clydesdale Bank and Yorkshire Bank on the stock exchange. Clydesdale Bank has been fined by the FCA for dishonestly dealing with its customers complaints and lying to the regulator about data it held. This means customers have not received any or all of their refunds for mis-sold ppi and now Clydesdale Bank must review old cases. Why did it take the FCA so long to realise what the Clydesdale Bank was up to. We wonder who in Clydesdale Bank will be held responsible for this dishonesty but we doubt anyone will. It does prove however that despite the fines and public distrust, the bank has not really had the desire to make sure the customers it mis-sold to were treated fairly and properly. Should the Clydesdale Bank not made every attempt to regain the trust in their products, service and integrity? We also ask where the Government is in this fiasco. What are our MPs doing to make sure we do not fall victim to the seemingly never ending list of mis-selling scandals?