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New £5 polymer note enters circulation in UK
By BBR 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 BBR 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
Bank of Canada explores blockchain-based payment transfer system
By BBR Staff Writer
The Bank of Canada said that it is experimenting a blockchain-based payment transfer system in partnership with R3 CEV, a consortium of major global banks, and the Canadian Payments Association.
Banking Services > Payments > News
UK to face £236m cost from polymer notes
By BBR Staff Writer
Introduction of polymer notes by the Bank of England is expected to £236m to the UK economy, according to a payments intelligence firm.
Banking Services > Retail Banking > News
ECB to end issuance of €500 note
By BBR Staff Writer
The Governing Council of the European Central Bank (ECB) concluded a review of the denominational structure of the Europa series.
News
Federal Reserve approves Goldman Sachs' purchase of GE Capital's US online deposits
By BBR Staff Writer
Goldman Sachs Bank USA (GS Bank) has secured approval from the Federal Reserve to acquire the online deposit platform and assume the deposits of GE Capital Bank (GECB).
Wealth & Assets Management > Asset Management > News
UBS, Deutsche Bank lose bonus tax case in UK
By BBR 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 BBR Staff Writer
The UK's Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has extended the deadline for its investigation into retail and small business banking sectors.
Banking Services > Retail Banking > News
European Central Bank probes euro zone banks' bad loans
By BBR 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
J.P. Morgan Securities to pay $4m in fine over deceptive conduct
By BBR Staff Writer
J.P. Morgan Securities (JPMS) has been fined $4m by the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for misleading customers about its brokers’ compensation.
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JPMorgan Chase Bank to pay $48m over mortgage servicing issues settlement
By BBR Staff Writer
JPMorgan Chase Bank will pay $48m to settle mortgage servicing-related issues with the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), a division of the US Treasury.
Intermediaries > ECN & Exchanges > News
Morgan Stanley to pay $8.8m over prearranged trading scandal settlement
By BBR Staff Writer
Morgan Stanley Investment Management has agreed to pay $8.8m to settle charges with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) over a prearranged trading scandal or parking that favored certain clients' accounts over others.
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South Korea approves first internet-only banks
By BBR Staff Writer
South Korea’s Financial Services Commission (FSC) has given its consent to consortia led by Kakao and KT Corp, to establish internet-only banks in the country.
Banking Services > Online Banking > News
Italy launches €3.6bn plan to rescue troubled banks
By BBR 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 BBR 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

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