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PPI charge sees Yorkshire Bank owner rack up £95m half-year loss

PUBLISHED: 08:59 15 May 2018 | UPDATED: 16:20 22 May 2018

CYBG has posted its half-year results. Picture: Bank of England.

CYBG has posted its half-year results. Picture: Bank of England.

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Clydesdale and Yorkshire bank owner CYBG said a hit from the payment protection insurance (PPI) scandal has caused it to swing into the red.

The group recorded pre-tax losses of £95m for the six months to March, compared with profits of £46m a year earlier, after taking an extra £350m charge for PPI mis-selling claims ahead of the complaints deadline.

CYBG – which is in talks over a potential £1.6bn takeover by Sir Richard Branson’s Virgin Money – estimates it will now see 110,000 walk-in PPI complaints between this August and the deadline in August 2019.

CYBG also put aside another £18m for “other legacy conduct issues”.

On an underlying basis, it posted a 28% rise in half-year pre-tax profits to £158m.

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