Forty years ago on the 11 December 1972, Lloyds TSB in Brentwood, Essex introduced the world's first computerised cash machine that allowed customers self-service access to their account.
Business Secretary Vince Cable has declared the UK Green Investment Bank plc (UK GIB) officially open for business and announced two new investments.
The Co-operative is relaunching its membership points scheme for banking and insurance products, offering members greater rewards for their loyalty.
The banking revolution continues this week as Metro Bank continues with its 2012 expansion plans. The 23rd and 24th of November sees Metro Bank's 13th store open outside of London in Reading.
A decade on from Leeds Building Society opening a branch on Main Street, Gibraltar, the UK's 5th largest building society has gone from strength to strength.
Nationwide Building Society launches its new ‘favourites' function to save its customers time.
More than half of Brits (51%) expect to be able to pay by scanning their thumbprint in the year 2025 according to a survey carried out by the Payments Council's education campaign, PayYourWay.org.uk.
Saffron Building Society, the largest building society serving the East of England, reveals that its Goal-Based Saver range of savings accounts has retained its special accreditation by the Fairbanking Foundation.
The Co-operative Bank has launched a new quarterly bonus scheme which rewards branch staff solely on their customer service performance.
Which? is calling on the banks to ensure they set aside more funding to pay back customers who were mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance (PPI), as complaints continue to rocket and the £10 billion set aside by the banks could run out within months.
The Co-operative Bank has seen a marked increase in the number of new renewable energy projects it has funded, which has led to it almost tripling its lending to the sector in the past year.
Young people are now able to go online for a free tailored money action plan, thanks to the launch of Max Your Money Skills, a new online tool designed to improve the financial skills of 14 to 18 year olds.
Which? launches a major new campaign, ‘Big Change', today calling on the banks to put customers first not bankers, as new research shows that banking is one of the least trusted professions.
HSBC has announced that from Spring 2013 all nine million HSBC and first direct personal current account customers will be able to access their bank account at Post Office counters.
With September 14 marking the fifth anniversary since the run on Northern Rock, heralding the start of the credit crunch in the UK, MoneySupermarket (MONY) analysed how the financial landscape has changed since 2007.
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