The design of the review is such that it is impossible to achieve its stated aims of putting customers back into the position they would have been, had the mis-sale not occurred. Insolvency law does not allow for creditor misconduct, and the current situation actually allows the bank to benefit from their own misconduct.
The duty of administrators is to maximise return for creditors, not to care for ex-Directors. They are also often conflicted as they are bank-appointed. In many cases administrators, simply by doing their job, have denied ex-Directors the opportunity for proper consequential loss claims (which should cover the fees of the bank, lawyers, administrator and others) and the reinstatement of their company and original lending facility.
When a company, now administrator-controlled, has been awarded redress the money simply goes back to the bank in fees. Consequently there are thousands of people who have been cleared of any wrong-doing but have lost everything. An excellent summary of this ridiculous situation was given in Parliament recently by Michelle Thomson MP http://parliamentlive.tv/Event/Index/010f27f7-8fc3-44b4-9a63-b59a1f176e90 (time 21:15).