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A recent speech by Alex Brazier, director of the Bank of England, warned against a new credit bubble...
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Development Bank of Wales provides £500,000 to IT repairs business
Comtek Network Systems UK Limited has secured £500,000 of investment from the Development Bank of Wales
Wesleyan Bank names new director
Wesleyan Bank has strengthened its management team with the appointment of Simon Welling (pictured above) as its director of sales and marketing.
Cash Isa savers missing out on transfer market
Half of cash Isa savers aged 55-plus (50%) have never moved their accounts to another provider, according to a new study.
CivilisedBank secures further funding
CivilisedBank is set to receive further funding from current investor Warwick Capital Partners, subject to regulatory approval.
A round-up of the latest specialist banking products
With the continuing expansion of the specialist banking market, this year promises to bring a host of new products and services to the sector.
Hanley Economic BS rebrands
Hanley Economic Building Society has rebranded as it launches its first ever TV advertising campaign.
Lydia raises a further €13m
Lydia has announced that it has raised a further €13m, taking the total amount raised by the French fintech start-up to over €23m.
Fintech as a force for good
The big news around fintech focuses on the many ways it is already making financial services more profitable, more scalable, more secure and more user-friendly.
FIBA commits to 30 events
The Financial Intermediary & Broker Association (FIBA) has announced 30 regional meetings for its members and intermediaries interested in joining the Association.
20% of brands to abandon their mobile apps by 2019
A fifth of brands will abandon their mobile apps by 2019 due to a lack of adoption and customer engagement, according to a study by research and advisory company Gartner.
Monzo granted permission to operate in Ireland
Monzo has received passporting permission from the PRA to operate in the Republic of Ireland.
Unity Trust Bank to appoint six relationship managers
Unity Trust Bank has revealed it is set to hire six new relationship managers as part of its growth plans to support UK businesses.
Revolut introduces price alerts
Revolut has announced the introduction of price alerts to its banking app.
Online banking up 40% among teenagers
A study from Halifax and Internet Matters has revealed a 40% rise in online and mobile banking among teenagers in just two years.
Banking in the age of augmented reality
The Pokémon craze of 2016 showed us two things. First, all someone needs to engage in a compelling augmented reality (AR) experience is a smart phone. Second, that an enterprise running out of steam can be made compelling through the addition of augmented reality.
Tandem launches travel cashback card
Tandem Bank has announced the introduction of its travel cashback card.