Financial Mis-Selling

As a financial mis-selling solicitors practice in Belfast we can assist you with any issues you have had with financial mis-selling and any problems you may have encountered in relation to Interest Rate Hedging Products.

What should I do if I have been subject to financial mis-selling?

If you feel you have been mis-sold in relation to a financial product you should independent advice from a solicitor. These are usually complicated products in complicated circumstances, and it can be difficult to form an understanding without speaking to an expert. The following questions need to be addressed:

Did the Bank classify you correctly?

Was the product appropriate?

Were the correct procedures followed?

What loss have you sustained?

Am I entitled to redress?

These above questions require the application of various disciplines to be answered properly. It is only with the assistance of a specialist team of financial mis-selling solicitors such as MKB Law with access to compliance, contract and dispute resolution skills, that you can secure proper redress and all of the compensation that you are entitled to.

Help with IRHP’s

Interest Rate Hedging Products are complex financial products that were mis-sold during times of economic prosperity in this country and have now created intolerable burdens for those who purchased them. MKB Law have successfully acted for many individuals and businesses who were mis-sold swaps, caps, collars and other IRHP’s.

The lawyers at MKB Law have advised on all aspects of banking transactions for both borrowers and banks for many years. We have been instructed by banks to prepare security over financial derivative contracts and we, therefore, understand the legalities of swaps, ISDAs, contracts with features and other IRHPs.

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