Independent Banking Advisory Service
Established in 1992
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Independent Banking Advisory Service (IBAS) - IBAS launched in 1992 as a specialist unincorporated business banking membership organization assisting bank customers with UK business banking account/loan account/mortgage account and security disputes and business banking debt disputes.
Our bank analysis and investigation of business bank loans, bank accounts, banking contracts, business banking account facilities and banking debt recovery information has been instrumental in our member's success..
IBAS business banking dispute negotiating experience has a proven strategy which provides claims and defences for business bank customers.
IBAS has excellent banking investigation reputation and has featured on BBC TV, BBC TV News, ITV, Meridian and Sky News and contributed to editorials and articles for the Sunday Times, Times, Daily Mail, Daily Express and Daily Mirror.
IBAS is now in it's 25th year helping/guiding those with UK Business Banking disputes and Director's Personal Guarantee business debt claims - IBAS is the only UK non profit organization which provides business banking customers with specialist business banking assistance and specialist business banking guidance and also IBAS specialist business banking investigations.
Please note: All IBAS web site pages are provided for general information only. None of the IBAS web site pages are intended to provide anything other than general information or general assistance.
No pages provide specific advice nor should they be interpreted as doing so.
Comment and/or information within the IBAS Web site should not be relied upon as providing advice to you.
Those seeking advice should contact IBAS direct and also provide us with their complete business banking dispute information.
Those researching business banking disputes or IBAS history will be able to navigate our site from this page using their browser.
Unfortunately, due to other sites removing/altering their editorial link information forces IBAS to remove those links which no longer operate. In most cases the article dates and source information will still remain.
IBAS Banking News and UK Comment Archive (2016 back)