Lloyds PPI compensation bill set for increase
As we head towards the season in which banks and lenders announce their quarterly targets, we expect the PPI bill to increase further.
The Lloyds Banking Group’s quarterly figures are set to be announced on or around 31st July.
What increase are we likely to see?
Whilst it is yet to be confirmed we are hearing rumours that the latest addition to the Lloyds PPI compensation bill could be a staggering £1 BILLION!
If this figure is correct it would stand the Lloyds Banking Group fund at £13.8 billion.
This addition would also edge the overall PPI bill closer to the £30bn mark, given it is currently sat at £28.6bn.
Much troubled bank
We recently brought you news of the biggest ever fine to date being handed to the Lloyds Banking Group due to their serious failings in handling complaints.
This latest news will no doubt be a further indication that the huge scandal still has years left to run.
Previous quarterly figures
Much as in 2014, Lloyds announced in the first quarter of the year that it did not intend on adding further compensation to its bill.
This prompted so called city experts claiming that the PPI saga was coming to an end, much to our disagreement.
It appears we were correct and we look forward to the next couple of weeks when the major banks release their figures and the PPI compensation fund edges closer to the £42bn we believe it should be.
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