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PPI Errors Cost Clydesdale Bank £20.7 million

The City regulator has implemented a fine of £20.7 million for Clydesdale Bank due to “serious failings” concerning complaints over Payment Protection Insurance.

16 Apr 2015 Read More

Metro Bank to Generate 3300 More Jobs by 2020

Metro Bank recently announced its intentions to generate 3300 new jobs by 2020 after the Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, visited a branch in Kingston-upon-Thames last week.

16 Apr 2015 Read More

Capital One Reduces Cashback Reward Scheme

Capital One have announced their decision to slash the reward scheme they offer on their products. They say it is a response to the decision by the European Parliament to implement a cap on “interchange fees”.

14 Apr 2015 Read More

Nectar Card Points Scheme Slashed by Sainsbury’s

Sainsbury’s have just introduced reforms to its Nectar card policy that will see the number of points customer’s receive for every £1 they spend go down from two to one.

14 Apr 2015 Read More

Nationwide Launches Cash ISA 2% Rate

A regular saver ISA account with a 2% rate has been launched by Nationwide Building Society partly as a response to some of the criticism they have received after slashing savings rates to a number of other facilities recently.

13 Apr 2015 Read More

New Car Sales Hit Peak of Century

The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders have revealed that sales of new cars in March reached the peak of this century so far.

13 Apr 2015 Read More

Halifax Report Rise in House Prices for March

Halifax have released a report revealing UK house prices went up by 0.4% in March on the previous month. However, the report also stated that the annual rate for the growth of property price has slackened.

13 Apr 2015 Read More

Demand Falls for High Value Mortgages

The Bank of England has released a report revealing that the demand for mortgage loans in Britain has dropped significantly in the first quarter of this year.

10 Apr 2015 Read More

Less Young People Saving For Deposit

A report from Halifax titled ‘Generation Rent’ has revealed that fewer young people are saving to put down a deposit on a house compared to last year.

10 Apr 2015 Read More

Halifax Introduces 16 month Fee-Free Credit Card

Halifax have introduced a competitive fee-free credit card on to the market, giving cardholders the ability to pay off their debt for free for up to sixteen months.

9 Apr 2015 Read More

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