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Independent Banking Advisory Service (IBAS) - launched in 1992 as a specialist unincorporated business banking membership organization assisting bank customers with UK business banking account loan disputes and business banking debt disputes with their bank. Our 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.

'Lobby groups, such as the British Bankers Association, also have their foot through the door in many parts of government despite their part in the LIBOR scandal. Having taken control of many data sources, and funded government programmes they are, to an extent, deemed indispensible. The conflicts of interest are plainly apparent, and the number of lobbyists and force they have, can hardly be matched by the business community.  These interests need to be made more transparent to prevent these conflicts having an impact on our policy making processes'. - Posted 7th May 2014 by Lawrence Tomlinson in  Finances, Business trends, Regulation

Eddy Weatherill comment: 'Lawrence Tomlinson was the government's entrepreneur-in-residence during 2013 - 2014 and he was able to see from inside the 'system' just how it operates. He viewed what he saw from a businessman's perspective. Some of his comments provide confirmation of aspects of the 'system' which are unacceptable to any right minded individual. The one above with reference to the BBA and the many conflicts of interest is a particularly unacceptable aspect - which requires immediate attention!'