Tag Archives: Business Bank Accounts In The News

Banks Propose New Charges for Business Cash Deposits

In a move that will upset many businesses, it has been announced that leading UK banks may decide to start charging for business cash deposits.

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.

Nearly 2m Brits going without any sort of bank account

Business banking news review: week ending 12 March 2015 If the Financial Inclusion Commission is to believed, nearly 2 million Brits are going without any sort of personal or business bank account right now. According to the FIC’s latest figures, these individuals are truly running the risk of being disconnected from what the commission calls […]

Fearful, cowardly banks freezing accounts of charities

British charities working in conflict zones are having their business bank accounts closed left and right thanks to fearful, and cowardly banking providers.

This week it seems HMRC can do absolutely nothing right

Each week there are winners and losers when it comes to public opinion in the financial services sector – and this week HSBC has lost in a major way.

Online banking makes your life easier – until it doesn’t

No one wants to spend all day in queue at their local branch in order to conduct their financial matters, but is online banking really all that helpful?

Two weeks until doomsday: the great UK bank account hack

So here’s one that you should be seriously concerned about: you could have only two weeks before Russian hackers empty your personal or business bank accounts.

Thieves raid bank accounts – and some may do it legally

News reports this week have been filled with stories of fraudsters mining one bank’s customers for cash while others reveal there may be legalised theft soon.