UK banking giant HSBC will be the first high-street lender to launch an app next year that aggregates bank accounts.
Banking giant HSBC has admitted “defeat” on its prediction that the pound will drop to $1.20 against the dollar by the end of the year.
Swiss bank UBS has been trying to get its digital cash concept off the ground for a while and now it has the backing to do so.
Banks are beginning to re-enter the advice space by offering robo-advice solutions.
Will UK-based banks and businesses move their operations abroad? And if they do, how badly will it hit the UK economy?
Chief executives from almost 200 UK firms, including bosses from 36 FTSE 100 companies signed a letter in March last year supporting the Leave campaign in the lead up to the European Union referendum vote.
Lloyd’s of London, the world’s biggest specialist insurance market, announced today a new European subsidiary located in Brussels.
HSBC has published its UK-based consumer survey of 2,000 people last month and it has given some insights that are perhaps surprising.
It might seem surprising but banks are still selling payment protection insurance (PPI).
The Co-operative Bank, the British retail and commercial bank headquartered in Manchester is up for sale, just four years after it was bailed out by US hedge funds.
A modest two hearty cheers for Santander’s full year results.