Britain’s building societies are well placed to help stem the nation's personal debt crisis at a grassroots level with better financial education for young people, according to a new report by the charity, MyBnk.
Amanda Clack, Partner at EY and Head of Infrastructure Advisory, comments on the decision to withdraw City Hall’s objection to expand London City Airport:
Reflecting trends towards both a more digital and experience-based economy, Visa Europe’s Consumer Spending Index for April reveals a swelling appetite for leisure, and the fastest growth in online spending since December 2014.
A new animation demonstrates how disclosure of bank lending data should unlock access to finance for businesses and families in the UK - having helped lever over $2 trillion in the USA.
The Building Societies Association welcomes the new 'diversity objective' outlined in the Bank of England & Financial Services Act for improving competition and resilience in financial services, but urges MPs to help monitor its impact.
Latest quarterly global survey from ACCA and IMA shows businesses less optimistic in Q1 16/17 than at any other time in the past four years
EY's new report finds that consumer spending will continue to drive GDP growth this year, but is set to slow in 2017.
The Solicitors Regulation Authority calls for more competition in the Welsh legal market to reduce costs and raise standards.
Lord Holmes speaks out about the social and economic benefits of financial inclusion, for the two million individuals and SMEs currently cut off from the banking system.
Sunderland City Council Leader Cllr Paul Watson, Chair of the Key Cities Group, writes for PoliticsHome assessing last week's Budget from a local and regional authority perspective.