新闻详情
当前位置:首页-新闻中心

今日江苏快三推荐号码推荐号码推荐号码 ,今日排列三奇偶大小分折

2020-02-02 17:36:19 官方地址:http://mpcyty.cn 浏览次数 278705
字体大小: 14px 16px 18px
HSBC fined 10.5million over misBANKING giant HSBC has been hit with a 40million bill for ripping-off its vulnerable elderly customers. City watchdog the Financial Services Authority yesterday fined the firm 10.5million for misselling bonds to up to 2,485 clients, with an average age of nearly 83. Hsbc, which announced it was cutting 3

30 UK jobs yesterday, has also agreed to pay more than 29million in compensation to victims. An investigation found mis-selling by up to 31 independent financial advisers working for HSBC-owned firm, NHFA, between 2005 and 2010. Elderly people were advised to plough all their money, typically around 115,000, into investment bonds to c

over care costs. But they were not told the money had to

be put away for at least five years, beyond manys life expectancy, with huge penalties

for taking it early. It is not known how much victims lost, but HSBC expects to pay an average 11,000

in compensation. Brian Robertson, HSBCs UK chief executive, said: This should not have happened and I am profoundly sorry that it did. We have high values at HSBC and this runs cont

rary to everything that we stand for. That is why when we suspected something was not right at NHFA, we took action. We advised the FSA of our findings and closed NHFA to new business. I guarantee that every customer found to have not been treated fairly will not be disadvan

taged. Age UK yesterday revealed it had involvement with NHFA,

previousl

y known as the Nursing Home Fees Agency, throug

h its Help the Aged arm, but insisted it was not involved in investments.

Director Michelle Mitchell said: Help the Aged acted as an

introducer for the Nursing Home Fees Agency from 2003 until 2009. Help the Aged did not advise potential customers or have any input in investment decisions. -Were youripped off by HSBC? Ring us on 0800 282 591

Copyright © 1998 - 2015