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RBS announces cost-cutting programme as losses spiral to £6.9bn

UK bank the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has announced it is to embark on cost-cutting measures after revealing its ninth consecutive year of losses in its financial results this…

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Handelsbanken, the Swedish bank focused on long-term, personal relationships in the local area, is to add another branch to its…

Monzo raises £19.5m Series C round backed by Spotify and Instagram investor

London-based challenger bank Monzo has announced it has raised £19.5m in its Series C round and is to launch another…

Sage launches £800k enterprise fund to boost UK NPOs

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Metro Bank targeting profitability for 2017 after impressive lending and deposit growth

London-headquartered challenger bank, Metro Bank, has unveiled 'record' growth in its deposits and lending for 2016 as it stalks towards…

£400m fund launched for Northern Powerhouse businesses

The British Business Bank has today (February 22nd) launched its £400m Northern Powerhouse Investment Fund (NPIF). The fund is aimed at…

Deltic Group appoints Millington as new FD

The Deltic Group, one of the UK’s largest operator of premium late night bars and clubs, has appointed Alex Millington…

Visa launches new innovation hub at London HQ

US financial services giant Visa has launched a new technology centre in London. The 10,000 sq ft innovation hub will allow…

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