This ex-Googler wants to help high street banks be more like Monzo - Yahoo Finance This ex-Googler wants to help high street banks be more like Monzo  Yahoo FinanceLloyds Bank recently invested £11m in Thought Machine, a core banking startup. CEO Paul Taylor, who left Google to set up the business, explains why.
The Sun launches its Make Universal Credit Work campaign to stop hard-working families being forced into - The Sun The Sun launches its Make Universal Credit Work campaign to stop hard-working families being forced into  The SunHard-working families are being punished for working and forced into debt due to the shambolic roll-out of Universal Credit - but The Sun's got ...
'Don’t just sign the paper – read the terms': teenagers learn financial lessons - The Guardian 'Don’t just sign the paper – read the terms': teenagers learn financial lessons  The GuardianWhen Tina Peterson (not her real name) reached adulthood, the reality of life hit her quickly and hard. “When I was 18 my dad was instantly 'jobcentre, ...
The banks that let you borrow five times your income – and how much you need to earn - The Sun The banks that let you borrow five times your income – and how much you need to earn  The SunNine banks and building societies currently allow customers to borrow five times their income, but the earnings requirements vary from £13000 a ...
FCA introduces new rules on handling complaints about Authorised Push Payment fraud The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has today published new rules allowing victims of Authorised Push Payment (APP) fraud to complain to the payment services provider (PSP) receiving their payment.
FCA and PSR Boards appoint new members to decision-making committees The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and Payment Systems Regulator (PSR) Boards have appointed new members to three decision-making committees: the FCA’s Competition Decisions Committee (CDC) and the PSR’s Competition Decisions Committee and Enforcement Decisions Committee (EDC).
These three committees are ...
FCA bans Angela Burns from acting as a non-executive director and fines her for her failure to declare conflicts of... The Financial Conduct authority (FCA) has banned Angela Burns from acting as a non-executive director (NED) and fined her £20,000 for failing to act with integrity at two mutual societies.
Statement on London Capital & Finance plc The Financial Conduct Authority has directed London Capital & Finance plc (LCF) to withdraw all of its existing marketing materials in relation to LCF’s Fixed Rate ISA or Bond.
Robinhood takes on the banks with new Checking and Savings account - Finextra Robinhood takes on the banks with new Checking and Savings account  FinextraStock trading app Robinhood is moving into banking, launching current accounts and offering savers a market-leading three percent interest rate return o...
Regulation round-up December 2018 Regulation round-up is our monthly email to all regulated firms, updating you on the latest news that affects your sector.
Insight Managed Funds (clone of FCA authorised firm) Fraudsters are using the details of firms we authorise to try to convince people that they work for a genuine, authorised firm. Find out more about this ‘clone firm’. 
PPI campaign response update We publish PPI campaign response data during months when we have had live advertising.
First-time buyers who were WRONGLY refused a mortgage now own £158,000 three-bed house - The Sun First-time buyers who were WRONGLY refused a mortgage now own £158,000 three-bed house  The SunKatie Brooksbank, 29, and Tom Haslam, 31, were wrongly refused a mortgage after a broker filled in an application form incorrectly - and it took them six ...
U.K. Fintech Revolut Gets European Banking License - Bloomberg U.K. Fintech Revolut Gets European Banking License  BloombergRevolut, the London-based financial technology startup, has obtained a European banking license as Brexit looms, with plans to launch checking and savings ...
Is the US heading for a recession? - BBC News Is the US heading for a recession?  BBC NewsInvestors are worried a recession might be about to hit the US, so do they have reason to be concerned?
Gross mortgage lending up 4% as lenders target high LTI and LTV borrowers - Mortgage Solutions Gross mortgage lending up 4% as lenders target high LTI and LTV borrowers  Mortgage SolutionsHowever, buy-to-let lending hit its lowest ebb since the fourth quarter of 2012, claiming just 12% of all new lending completed. Figures from the Bank of England ...
Loan rates are on the rise - Loans - News - moneyfacts.co.uk Loan rates are on the rise - Loans - News  moneyfacts.co.ukLoan rates are on the rise news from moneyfacts.co.uk. Bringing you the latest loan rates are on the rise & financial news & reviews of the best products in the ...

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