Some 27,000 customers of banks that were nationalised during the 2008 banking crisis have had their mortgages sold to a consortium led by the US bank JP Morgan.
The UK’s big banks have published a list of things they will never ask you to do – do you know what they are?
It’s bad news for romantics – according to a new survey, one in seven couples above the age of 40 do. So is there a good way to divvy up money in a relationship?
House prices have fallen for the first time in 17 months, dropping by 0.2% in September and providing new evidence that the property market is cooling, according to the latest update from the UK’s biggest building society.
Virgin Money, the bank that is part-owned by Sir Richard Branson and contains some of the remnants of the bailed-out Northern Rock, will announce its flotation on the stock market this week.
BP, one of the North Sea's biggest investors, has urged Scotland to vote against independence next week, arguing that oil wealth would best be protected by remaining inside the UK.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) will fine Royal Bank of Scotland about £15m for giving poor sales advice to mortgage customers in the latest blow to the taxpayer-controlled bank's reputation.
HSBC has given 15 of its top bankers “fixed pay allowance arrangements” worth £7.1m under a controversial new pay scheme designed to dodge tough new European Union rules on bankers’ bonuses.
A £600m provision for mis-sold payment protection insurance and this week's £226m penalty for rigging interest rates has dented profits at Lloyds Banking Group in the first half of the year.
The prices demanded by sellers putting their homes on the market have fallen for the first time this year, in the latest sign that some of the heat is coming out of the UK housing market.