IBAS - Independent Banking Advisory Service
Updated: 1st December 2023
Independent Banking Advisory Service has over 30 years continuous experience as a totally Independent business banking dispute investigation resolution organization - acting only for UK business banking customers. Our very particular set of skills has helped many resolve business banking disputes and hold onto their personal assets.
an email to IBAS - will assist you to quickly obtain practical and confidential assistance
IBAS business banking account investigations of UK business banking account disputes, business bank loans, business bank current accounts, business banking contracts, business banking account facilities, plus our knowledge of business banking debt recovery strategy since 1992, provides specialist business banking expertise for UK Business Banking customers.
IBAS are independent specialist investigators in UK business banking disputes, bank debt claims, Directors Bank Personal Guarantee and Business Mortgage Debt Claims.
By 2002 Independent Banking Advisory Service had obtained more than £21 million in refunds, write-offs and write-down of bank debt for our Business Banking customers from successful investigations of UK Business Banking Disputes
IBAS acts for UK Business banking customers who have business banking account concerns, disputes, issues, problems and also business banking litigation disputes
Independent Banking Advisory Service provides UK Businesses, Company Directors and Proprietors with totally independent complaint investigations and dispute solutions.
Independent Banking Advisory Service (IBAS) - launched in 1992 and are UK Specialist Business Banking Dispute Resolution Experts assisting and advising UK Business Bank customers with UK business banking account overdraft, loan and Mortgage disputes and business banking debt disputes.
IBAS has featured on BBC TV, BBC TV News, ITV News, Meridian TV and Sky TV News since 1992 and contributed banking editorials and business banking articles for Sunday Times, Times, Daily Mail, Daily Express, Telegraph and Daily Mirror.