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Bank liability for customer scams

09 August 2023

The UK Supreme Court’s recent decision in Philipp v Barclays Bank has pulled back on a possible expansion of banks’ “Quincecare duty”, and provides clarity for banks in an era of increasing (and increasingly sophisticated) bank scams. But the decision also highlights the difficult question of justice for bank depositors who may lose their life savings to such scams. In this podcast, we review the implications of Philipp, and survey what else might be done to deal with payment transfer fraud.

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Who carries the can when bank depositors are scammed?