The RBS Global Restructuring Group (GRG) Compensation SchemeBusiness Interruption Claims
RBS has now closed its GRG complaints process to new complaints made by UK and ROI customers, however, a consequential loss claim can still be made if you have received a letter detailing a new claims process. Here at Harris Balcombe we can support you to make a consequential loss claim and give you the support you deserve.
How can we help?
At Harris Balcombe, we have specialist chartered loss adjusters who have spent the last twenty years mitigating and quantifying consequential loss claims, who can assist businesses who have suffered during the banking crisis of the last decade.
If you were a client of the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) or were customers of other banks, who were transferred to the Global Restructuring Group scheme (GRG) and who suffered, amongst other things, excessive banking fees and levies and punitive control over their business bank account, then we can reduce the impact this incident has had on your business and support recovery as soon as possible.
Why choose us?
At Harris Balcombe we will assist businesses to quantify the consequential business interruption losses, for claims against RBS and or GRG. We have a highly experienced team of business interruption and claims specialists who are experts in large and complex claims.
This includes Harris Balcombe partner, Steven Nock, has twenty years experience using forensic accounting skills to quantify such losses, has acted successfully as an Expert Witness, and now acts as a loss assessor, working exclusively for the claimant underdog.
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What should you do next?
If you believe that you have a right to such a claim, or have received a letter detailing information about making a claim, please contact our 24/7 helpline. Call us on 0330 058 2019 for a free consultation. Alternatively, you can fill in our contact form.
Second to contacting us, please write to the bank advising that you will be making a claim alongside requesting an extension to any deadline that has been outlined in the letter.