NatWest Faces Renewed £14M Client Claim Over Docs 'Fraud'

Law360, London (May 4, 2020, 8:21 PM BST) -- A London judge will give a businessman another shot at reviving a £14 million ($17.4 million) lawsuit accusing NatWest of dooming his company despite doubts whether the claim is viable, after a "whistleblower" suggested the lender manipulated important documents before trial.

Jonathan Mark Broomhead can update his lawsuit accusing National Westminster Bank PLC of pushing his heavy equipment rental business to the brink during the last recession, High Court Master Matthew Marsh ruled.

Broomhead lost a lawsuit in 2018 accusing NatWest of transferring his business to a controversial restructuring group run by the Royal Bank of Scotland that has drawn fire...

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