PPI costs make up over half of all bank conduct and litigation charges

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Costs from the mis-selling of payment protection insurance (PPI) has accounted for more than half of all litigation and conduct[...] The post PPI costs account for over half of all conduct and litigation charges at UK banks appeared first onCityAM .
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