I have just finished a phone call to my bank to sort out the interest rate on my savings account. It automatically went down to 0.2% and I have got it pushed up to 0.5% ...yippee
It’s nearly the weekend, but first here are some news headlines to kick off your Friday morning.
Regulator to review SME hedging
The British Bankers’ Association (BBA) says a planned shake up of the banks could force millions of people to have a new bank account sort code.
You've reached the middle of the road, it's only a couple of days until Friday now. Keep going, the end is in sight! But first, a brief glance at the day's stories.
Banks are increasingly offering a "Loyalty Reward" (or similar words) to be credited to business accounts (probably as a sop for their increased charges).
Last week I formed a company for someone. This week he tried to open a bank account and the bank want a letter from the accountant "confirming what the company is going to do".
And so it begins:
The government will introduce new legislation forcing high street banks to refer rejected small businesses to alternative finance providers and a new wave of chall
Is it possible we may finally get an answer after the latest stress tests?