FSCS expects East West compensation costs to rise

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The Financial Services Compensation Scheme has said it expects payments to customers of failed structural defects insurer East West to rise in the next financial year.

In its first look ahead to the 2024/25 financial year, the scheme said that the anticipated rise was due to the progress of remediation works, including those being carried out on large tower block

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