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On 1st January 2016 our Terms of Business will be changing
Our Terms of Business and Conditions of Engagement will change as of 1st January 2016.
Changes have been made to the following clauses:
21.4 “…Please note that the compensation limit for deposits will change after 31 December 2015. The new limit of £75,000 will take effect from 1 January 2016“.
21.5 “WSP LLP Client Accounts are held with HSBC, Metro Bank and Lloyds Bank. You should check with your bank, the FCA or a financial advisor to ascertain whether the financial institution in which you hold personal moneys is part of the same group. If it is and the total sum in your personal accounts and held by us exceeds £85,000 (£75,000 as of January 2016) the balance over the amount will not be covered by the FSCS.
We reserve the right to make amendments to the Terms of Business & Conditions.
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