Can You Trust Your Bank?

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Duration: 29 minutes

The Panorama team goes undercover to test whether staff in Britain's high street banks have learnt the lessons from the massive penalties imposed for mis-selling insurance and investment products. Financial journalist Penny Haslam meets savers who have lost out because they were persuaded to put their money into risky investments, and talks to former staff about the pressure they faced to sell.

  • Putting high street banks' financial advice to the test

    Putting high street banks' financial advice to the test

    After the bailouts, the bonuses and the multi-million pound fines for mis-selling products, Britain banks say they have cleaned house and are working hard to rebuild reputations and regain customers' trust. As Panorama's Penny Haslam reports, it is an uphill battle.

    Read about the investigation
  • Can You Trust Your Bank?

    Can You Trust Your Bank?

    The Panorama team has gone undercover to test whether staff in our High Street banks have learnt the lessons from the financial penalties imposed for mis-selling insurance and investment products.

    Financial journalist Penny Haslam meets savers who have lost out because they were persuaded to put their money into risky investments, and talks to former staff about the pressure they faced to sell.

    Watch a clip from the film
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    Can You Trust Your Bank? Join in the debate

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Credits

Reporter
Penny Haslam
Producer
Sarah Hey

Broadcasts

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