Northamptonshire County Council should look at whether it should be seeking compensation from Barclays over a 'toxic' LOBO loan, according to an opposition councillor. Mick Scrimshaw, the Labour councillor who chairs the council’s overview and
Hundreds of farmers and businesses in the agricultural industry could be entitled to compensation for business loans
Hundreds of farmers across the UK could be eligible to join a Legal Group Action against Clydesdale (including Yorkshire Bank) and the National Australia Bank. It is alleged that these banks “fraudulently” and “dishonestly” provided
NAB chief executive Andrew Thorburn and chairman Ken Henry are both stepping down after they were savaged in a royal commission report. "More particularly, I was not persuaded that the NAB is willing to accept
The owner of the Clydesdale Bank and Yorkshire Bank is enhancing the support offered to SME customers with its first co-working space in Manchester. It’s the official launch day of B Works, a new state-of-the-art
The city council is suing one of the world’s largest banks over loans which it claims were manipulated. The Labour-run council is one of seven local authorities taking legal action against the bank. Together the
ASX-listed Clydesdale & Yorkshire Bank is reaping greater than expected synergies from its purchase of Virgin Money last October, though it warned of a slowdown in mortgage lending and a continued pall from Brexit uncertainty.
Newham council is suing Royal Bank of Scotland over the terms of about £150m in complex bank loans, making it the latest UK bank to face a lawsuit over lending terms that critics say piled
Britain's former financial ombudsman asked a London appeals court on Tuesday to allow a multibillion-pound lawsuit involving potentially millions of claimants to go ahead against Mastercard Inc. over credit card charges the company imposes when
Alleged victims of mis-selling by Clydesdale Bank will be able to claim compensation under a review of the historic mistreatment of small business customers funded by the banking industry. Read more here.
A funding crunch is squeezing British banks’ profits and hitting their share prices, as the threat of a disorderly Brexit and the end of cheap cash from the Bank of England begin to bite. The