Il Financial Times avvisa che più di 200.000 clienti della HSBC, riceveranno un risarcimento per la scarsa chiarezza e trasparenza nella loro informativa per alcuni investimenti. Questo, anche se il cliente, non ha, in questo momento, investimenti in corso.
“More than 200,000 HSBC customers could be in line for compensation after receiving unsuitable investment advice in the bank’s UK branches.
The global bank announced this week that it was putting aside $149m (£93m) to look into unsuitable investment advice provided over five years. HSBC chief executive Stuart Gulliver said that most of the money would pay for a review of advised sales by Grant Thornton. About £18m is earmarked to compensate affected customers.”