7th April 2020 – slow burn LAUNCH – Banking Victims For A Future 2020 + (BVF2020+)From today there will be NO further articles added to this website as it is maintenance mode for 2020.
Lloyds RSG “original” Press Release by Joint Group Leader Chandila Fernando (unedited)
(With the final version he was to comment “Attached is the Press Release Version 13. Consequently, this has been unduly time consuming and emails relating to content extraction unfortunate as they are blatant..)
Sat 4 April – “Definition of “Madness”
Sun 5 April – Perceptions and Learning
Mon 6 April – “For those who Dare”
Wed 8 April – Credibility makes a Difference
Banking Victims For A Future 2020 +
Business – “The objective is to have Banks put things right, redress customers, where they should be redressed, and continue to reinforce our work that Banks really need to earn people’s trust. Without this redress, through a credible Business Banking Resolution Service (BBRS), followed by an appropriate closure and reconciliation process, within each bank, for the last 20 years we will not help this nation and its people, through many small businesses, PROSPER in a post- Brexit United Kingdom”
People – In relation to the People’s UK Mortgage Prisoners – “We do not want to be left behind within our Prime Minister’s hope for our nation. We didn’t deserve this and should not continue to suffer. We insist that our “People’s Government” provide a solution and reflect it in the chancellor’s budget speech on 11th March 2020, to the nation.
Banking Victims For A Future 2020 + is the ‘UMBRELLA’ for the four pillars of banking victims groups: its strength is in each of the Bank – People Leadership / Member groups / Pillars whilst it coordinates political lobbying, media communications and discusses strategy, learning through its “umbrella” leadership team.
Here are the four pillars on slow-burn launch date, Tuesday 7th April 2020:
Other BBRS Banks and Non-Participating “UK Finance” Members & Zurich Dunbar, Remediation Support Group
BBRS Participating Banks – Barclays, Danske, HSBC and Santander and examples of BBRS Current UK Finance Non-Participating Banks – such as Handelsbanken, TSB, Bank of Ireland, Allied Irish Bank et al, and non-member, Zurich Dunbar,
We want to remediate and move on with our lives – It’s good to talk!