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Are UK banks running before they can walk?

The FIS PACE index survey has good and bad news for UK banks. We love digital banking, but want loyalty rewards and transparency. Can banks deliver?

Budget could force small business owners to shut up shop and sell up

With the budget squeezing single-employee limited companies, KPMG foresee the burden of business ownership could become too great to bear for many.

Horta-Osório Steals Show at British Banker’s Association Conference

All the big guns attended the Annual Conference; there’s still much work to be done. Next year it’s being called the António Horta-Osório show.

Would Total Transparency Kill Banking Competition?

The EU took centre stage in George Osborne’s Mansion House speech, but was he clear about banking changes the UK needs to affect negotiations?

Independence Remains a Strong Motivator for SME Borrowing in 2015

At first glance, the half-and-half figures of small business borrowing don’t tell the whole story. Those tapping into bank funding are growing.

Bank offers cashback current account for those bad at maths

If you’re notoriously bad at maths there’s a new current account that’s just for you: Barclays’ new Blue Rewards account, which takes as much as it gives.

FCA says seven-day switching needs more support

The new seven-day switching rules that allow consumers to give one bank the boot and join another need more support, says the Financial Conduct Authority.