The fashion retailer behind brands Jacamo, Simply Be and JD Williams expects to put aside up to £30 million extra to deal with PPI claims, after seeing related inquiries surge tenfold in the run-up to the deadline.
Ian Wright believes the England Women’s team are “pioneers” for the sport ahead of the start of the Barclays Women’s Super League on Saturday.
Former England Women captain Kelly Smith believes the women’s game now “stands on its own” after over a third of British adults said they were interested in women’s football.
Bank customers were left despairing as they experienced 90-minute queues on the phone amidst a last-minute rush of PPI claims.
Activist investor Edward Bramson has said he is still pushing to overhaul British bank Barclays, despite failing in his bid for a seat on the company board in May.
Banking giant Barclays has cheered its highest half-year profits for nearly a decade, but warned costs will need to be slashed over 2019.
Thousands of pensioners and business customers of the world’s biggest banks have launched a class action lawsuit against five institutions claiming they lost collectively nearly £1 billion following the uncovering of a major foreign exchange manipulation cartel.
The traditional Saturday job for young people appears to be in decline, with just half of 14 to 21-year-olds saying they work part-time compared with seven in 10 of their parents’ generation who did so.
Barclays has been told to improve its practices by the competition watchdog after admitting it forced hundreds of small businesses to open current accounts to access loan and deposit services.
Charges against Barclays relating to its emergency fundraising from Qatar at the height of the financial crisis have been dismissed.
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) said yesterday a £3.6 billion deal struck with the US Department for Justice was a “milestone moment” in its efforts to clean up the business.
UK banking and economic growth are under the spotlight this week, with experts forecasting mixed results and a weakening respectively.
Banking giant Barclays has launched a tool to help businesses manage their key data all in one place.
A leading bank says more needs to be done to translate youthful enthusiasm into entrepreneurship across Scotland.
A fledgling brewery in the north-east has secured a £120,000 funding package to increase production capacity more than six fold.
Barclays is to sell its French retail banking business to AnaCap Financial Partners as it continues to sell off non-core assets.
The Brexit vote has dealt a hammer blow to heavyweight financial stocks, with some shares being temporarily suspended this morning as the losses stack up
Moray businessman Srinivas Badam said yesterday he had nearly doubled turnover at his retailing venture, MS Corp, after investing nearly £500,000 in a Buckie-based post office network and a convenience store in Macduff.
Oil prices are on their way up and there is no new financial crisis about to derail recovery in the global economy, a top banker said on a visit to Aberdeen yesterday.
North-east law firm Aberdein Considine has further diversified its business outside the region having secured new corporate and public sector clients.
The number of millionaires in Scotland has soared over the past five years, according to new research.
A competition watchdog probe into small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) banking is a chance to end a duopoly in the market in Scotland, a business chief said yesterday.
British branded goods are worth more to overseas consumers than those branded Scottish, English or Welsh, according to research commissioned by Barclays Corporate Banking.
The banking industry is upping its game in its fight against fraud.
Britain's "big four" lenders are facing a full-scale competition probe over personal accounts and small business banking under plans set out by the watchdog yesterday.
UK banking has suffered another damaging blow to its already shaky reputation after Barclays was fined £26million for trying to rig the price of gold.
UK tourists will continue to flock to Scotland this year, boosting the economy by £13.1billion by 2017, new figures show.
The European Union’s top competition regulator has accused JPMorgan, HSBC and Credit Agricole of colluding to manipulate the price of financial products linked to interest rates.