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Redwood submits banking licence application to UK authorities
Acorn Financial Partners, a new venture founded and led by Jonathan Rowland, announced that it has submitted a banking licence application to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA).
Banking Services > Retail Banking > News
Amicus applies for banking licence in UK
Amicus Finance announced that it has submitted a banking licence application to the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) and the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
Banking Services > Retail Banking > News
New £5 polymer note enters circulation in UK
By IB Staff Writer
The Bank of England (BoE) has issued its first polymer note, the new £5 featuring Sir Winston Churchill, as part of its move to shift from paper notes to plastic.
Banking Services > Retail Banking > News
UK competition watchdog unveils reforms for Open Banking
By IB Staff Writer
UK competition watchdog has unveiled a package reforms to ensure that customers benefit from new technologies and smaller banks face fair competition.
Banking Services > Retail Banking > News
ECB to end issuance of €500 note
By IB Staff Writer
The Governing Council of the European Central Bank (ECB) concluded a review of the denominational structure of the Europa series.
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UBS, Deutsche Bank lose bonus tax case in UK
By IB Staff Writer
UBS and Deutsche Bank have lost a legal battle in the UK brought by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) on bonus schemes designed to avoid £135m in tax.
Banking Services > Commercial Banking > News
UK watchdog extends retail banking investigation
By IB Staff Writer
The UK's Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has extended the deadline for its investigation into retail and small business banking sectors.
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EU and Andorra sign deal to curb tax evasion
The EU and Andorra have signed a new tax transparency agreement that will make it harder for EU citizens to stash undeclared income in financial institutions in Andorra.
Intermediaries > ECN & Exchanges > News
Report says data sharing could improve competition in UK banking sector
A new report from the Open Banking Working Group (OBWG) revealed that data sharing between banks could help consumers compare banking products and encourage competition in the sector.
Policies & Regulatory Compliance > News
Seamless Partners with Xpress Money and enters the international money transfer market
In 2015, approximately $601 billion[1] was transferred by foreign workers to their families residing in their home countries with an average transfer fee of 7.37% (Q4 2015)[2].
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European Central Bank probes euro zone banks' bad loans
By IB Staff Writer
The European Central Bank (ECB) has reportedly launched an investigation into euro zone banks to assess how the banks are managing bad loan holdings.
Risk Management > News
Italy launches €3.6bn plan to rescue troubled banks
By IB Staff Writer
The Italian government has launched a €3.6bn plan to rescue four small and midsize local banks that are in trouble.
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EU sues six member states for failing to adopt new bank recovery law
By IB Staff Writer
The European Commission is bringing a civil action against six EU member states which failed to implement a law on bank recovery and resolution (BRRD).
Risk Management > News
Bank of England proposes new rules for banks restructuring
The Bank of England has proposed new rules that are expected to strengthen the financial system in the UK through structural reform.
Policies & Regulatory Compliance > News
European Parliament adopts revised rules for safe electronic payment services
By IB Staff Writer
The European Parliament has adopted the revised Directive on Payment Services (PSD2) proposed by the European Commission for enhanced consumer protection and improved security of electronic payment services.
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