Banks paid more than £160m in compensation to customers last year after a crackdown by the financial regulator. Barclays
Lloyds Bank's team building initiative to send bank managers to comedy school is a controversial move when many think bankers
One of the leader articles in today's Financial Times is very well-written. It highlights the boardroom failures, and particularly the failure of the non-executive directors, at Lloyds Banking Group.
The Moody's credit rating agency has downgraded the senior debt and deposit ratings of 12 UK banks and building societies
Customers should abandon banks that refuse to let them use the Post Office to carry out transactions, the employment minister
PRESS ASSOCIATION -- Britain's biggest banks have seen their shares fall after a Government-appointed commission unveiled
Britain is getting a bad deal from its banks. Our research has found that the five biggest UK banks enjoyed an indirect subsidy of £46bn in 2010 courtesy of the taxpayer.
British banks are unfairly profiting from a taxpayer funded subsidy and should be cut down to size, according to a report
PRESS ASSOCIATION -- Taxpayer-backed Lloyds Banking Group swung to a loss in the first half of the year after it took a £3.2
David Cameron’s Big Society Bank was launched on Friday with £600m to invest in charities and social enterprises. Now named