One year on from the launch of the Current Account Switching Service (CASS), official figures released confirm that over one million people have switched their current account using the new system, with around a fifth of these choosing to bank with Halifax.
A new survey looking at how undergraduates are managing their finances reveals that only 53% of students think that they are managing their money well; with nearly one in five (19%) saying they are seriously worried about their financial situation.
One year on from the introduction of the Current Account Switching Guarantee, MoneySuperMarket reveals the main factors incentivising customers to switch their current account.
With summer holidays drawing to an end, many Brits are left feeling blue and cash-poor. But research by peer-to-peer lender Zopa has found that there could be a silver lining.
The majority of UK SMEs believe they would be successful if they applied for a bank loan to fund their investment plans, with three in five feeling confident they would be accepted, according to new research by Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banks.
New research from Aviva reveals that SMEs may be missing out on new funding options due to a lack of awareness and understanding.
From Monday 1st September consumers looking to take out the M&S Bank current account can pocket a £125 M&S gift card when they switch their current account exclusively through MoneySuperMarket.
Inward talent is making an increasingly important contribution to the UK’s professional workforce and helps the economy prosper according to research by Lloyds Bank.
Unsurprisingly, the overwhelming majority of women (91%) consider looking after their finances to be more important than buying a new pair of shoes (4%).
With the announcement that the UK economy is growing at its fastest pace in six years, Caxton FX, a leading international payments company and currency card provider has seen an increase in consumers sending money abroad or purchasing currencies outside of the EU.
Customers of Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banks will start receiving notification of new fee structures for personal current accounts.
New research from uSwitch.com, the independent price comparison and switching service, reveals that the wave of new entrants to the banking sector has created even more appetite amongst consumers for an alternative to the high street banks, as four in ten (40%) are now more likely to bank with a new entrant than a year ago.
HSBC announces that from 10 November 2014 it will be offering a new Advance bank account which will have no monthly account fee. In addition, over 1.3 million existing HSBC bank account holders, who pay a minimum of £1,750 into their account each month, will be automatically upgraded to the new Advance account.
Banks/building societies are at risk of bombarding customers with too much financial jargon – potentially losing their custom to a competitor because they simply don’t understand the language used by them, according to new research.
Three in five SMEs (61%) have had clients or customers not pay invoices by their due date over the past year, according to new research from automated credit control firm Satago.
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