With the imminent arrival of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), banks now have less t...
Recent research indicates that optimism among small- and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) has fallen,...
The current banking landscape is still dominated by traditional players. However, a new wave of digi...
Specialist banks exist because they are special, meaning that they provide their customers – wheth...
Dear Andrew, your comments on the BBC on Monday 16th October reflect the concerns that many share wi...
We launched in September 2015 with a very simple proposition: we raise deposits from both businesses...
What with the uncertainty of Brexit, together with more commentators than ever suggesting that the U...
Since the country voted to leave the European Union (EU) over a year ago, businesses have faced a pr...
In lender’s boardrooms up and down the country there is a dawning realisation that to stay relevan...
Dishoom, London: 8pm. There was still a queue of young professionals chatting patiently waiting to g...
Commercial mortgage brokers positive despite Brexit concerns
Almost four-fifths of commercial mortgage brokers (78%) said they felt confident about the lending environment in 2018, up from 72% in 2017, according to new research.
Metro Bank names new commercial banking director
Metro Bank has appointed Jamie Sim (pictured above) as a commercial banking director within the commercial real estate team.
The launch of Open Banking
The launch of Open Banking at the weekend is clearly an important milestone in opening up the UK retail banking industry to much-needed competition.
Aldermore appoints specialist vehicle valuations head
Tim Bearder has joined Aldermore as its new head of specialist vehicle valuations.
Millennial banking app secures FCA approval
Emma Technologies Ltd has received approval from the FCA.
Open Banking goes live: industry reacts
The launch of the Open Banking scheme last week has presented many opportunities, but as one bank has stated, data sharing alone will not revolutionise the market.
EIB and Bankia to allocate €800m to SMEs and mid-cap projects
The European Investment Bank (EIB) has agreed a €400m loan with Bankia which will provide finance for Spanish SMEs and mid-cap (up to 3,000 employees) projects.
Open season on Open Banking
Reading the national media on Open Banking, I get the sense of an impending cock-up of England World Cup football proportions.
Charter Court agrees to sell its interest in mortgage securitisation
Charter Court Financial Services Group PLC has agreed to sell its entire economic interest in the Charter Mortgage Funding 2017-1 PLC securitisation (CMF 2017-1) for £26.5m.
Monzo opens API to third-party companies
Monzo has announced that it has made an interim API accessible to third-party companies authorised as Account Information Service Providers (AISPs) by the FCA.
SMEs anticipate little impact if free movement of labour restricted
Almost nine out of 10 SMEs in the UK (86%) will either benefit or feel little to no impact if free movement of labour is restricted post-Brexit, according to new research.
Revolut launches pay-per-day travel insurance
Mobile banking platform Revolut has announced the launch of its pay-per-day travel insurance service.
Al Rayan reduces rates on BTL product range
Al Rayan Bank has reduced rental rates by 1% on its buy-to-let product range.
Banks start immigration checks on current account holders
Banks and building societies have started to carry out checks on the immigration status of all personal current account holders
Gatehouse Bank appoints head of home finance
Gatehouse Bank has announced the appointment of its new head of home finance amid a wider recruitment drive.
Adam Tyler to head up FIBA
Adam Tyler (pictured above) has been appointed as the first chairman of the Financial Intermediary & Broker Association (FIBA).