Can you introduce people into the Group Action?

We actively work with individuals who are in a position to introduce potential claimants into the Clydesdale/Yorkshire Bank Legal Group Action.

We work with the following types of introducers:

  • Ex-employees of Clydesdale and Yorkshire Bank
  • Accountants
  • Solicitors
  • Loan brokers
  • Consultants

Ex-employees of Clydesdale and Yorkshire Bank

We speak to many ex-employees of the bank who can refer potential claimants into the Group Action. These are typically ex-relationship managers that are well aware of the financial losses and pain that certain types of interest rate hedging products have caused many of their customers (such as Tailored Business Loans and Fixed Rate Loans).

Now that they have moved on from the bank, these ex-employees of the bank are in a position to help their old customers secure the justice (and compensation) that they rightfully deserve.  

The Introducer Referral Process

Getting set up as an Introducer is straightforward.

We have standard Introducer Agreements that we can send via email or post. We typically pay introducers a “success fee” based on the outcome of the group action.

As allSquare does most of the work required to sign up new claimants, your involvement as an introducer is kept to a minimum.  It is also financially appealing, as each claim is worth around £250,000.

If you are interested in referring cases into the Group Action, please complete the attached form below or email/phone:

daniel.hall@allsquare.co.uk (07710 720 808), or

ben.farrar@allsquare.co.uk (07968 067 370).

All enquiries are dealt with in the strictest confidence.

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