A north-east MSP has called for banks to sign up to the Customer Protection Code to save users from payment scams.
Residents of a Sutherland village have been left facing a 100-plus mile drive to the nearest 24-hour cash machine after the last local one closed.
The Bank of England has said Britain’s lenders could withstand the worst case no-deal Brexit and a full-scale global trade war but warned “material risks of economic disruption” remain from a cliff-edge EU withdrawal.
Banks are "retreating" from rural communities and leaving under pressure post offices to "pick up the slack", a UK minister has admitted.
Labour have revealed a bold multi-billion-pound plan to open banks in thousands of post offices across the country as part of a move to “save Britain’s high street”.
A Moray town will be left with just one permanent bank from July after TSB confirmed its branch will close.
Campaigners have vowed to battle plans to close three banks in the Moray region.
A nationwide bank has been accused of “punishing” rural communities by closing one branch and slashing opening hours at others.
Lossiemouth community write letters to prospective banks in last desperate attempt to attract one to the area
A Lossiemouth community has penned a letter to banks throughout the country in a desperate bid to attract one to the area.
Campaigners fighting to retain their last bank have been dealt another blow after the UK Government refused to step in to help.
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) chief executive Ross McEwan received a pay package worth £3.58 million as the banking giant more than doubled its profits during 2018.
Nearly 300 cash machines have been withdrawn across Scotland during the last year prompting fears consumers could soon be facing an “uphill battle” to get money.
Campaigners in Lossiemouth have vowed to take the fight to save their last bank to Westminster.
Two Moray communities fighting against the potential closure of their banks will find out if they have been successful "within days".
Bank bosses have been told Moray communities will fight tooth and nail against their proposed branch closures.
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) is investigating allegations of cronyism after a whistleblower claimed the lender appointed a man to a top role on the basis that he is the friend of a senior staff member.
A Highlands and Islands MSP will speak out against Moray bank closures as part of a Scottish Parliament debate on the latest round of proposals from the Bank of Scotland.
Representatives from the Bank of Scotland have agreed to meet with local councillors and members of the business community to discuss the closures of two of Moray’s banks.
A Moray MSP has secured an agreement with bank chiefs to discuss the spate of closures that will have a detrimental effect on local communities.
Lossiemouth locals gathered yesterday to discuss their fightback against the planned closure of their last permanent bank.
Small and medium-sized enterprises are rushing to join a proposed lawsuit against Clydesdale Bank, the firm managing the claims said yesterday.
Business owners and politicians have called for a cash machine to be installed at one of Moray’s most popular seaside villages.
The threat to thousands of rural cash machines will be investigated by MPs next week.
The Scottish Parliament will host a meeting today to scrutinise the closures of banks in the north-east.
Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) has extended its online survey on rural banking services by 14 days after receiving more than 400 public responses in the past three weeks.
A wide-ranging study is to be carried out into the impact of impending bank closures across the north.
Major banks fail to sign the Women in Finance Charter and pledging to promote gender diversity across their businesses.
Profits at Santander’s UK operation have been dragged down by the bank’s exposure to collapsed construction giant Carillion.
Fears have been raised over a possible reduction in free cash machines due to plans to pay operators less money.
It’s hard to be sure of the precise moment when a high street dies.
Fraudsters have targeted individuals and businesses in the north with letters, texts, calls and online, prompting police to warn people to be on their guards.
Royal Bank of Scotland paid £16million in bonuses to executives last year – almost twice the amount it will make from selling off branches in many parts of the country.