As trust in challenger banks grows, a full three quarters of Brits say they would be comfortable banking with John Lewis if given the option.
Brits have amassed £1.3bn worth of loose change as millions of savers choose penny jars over banks and building societies.
The average estimated student debt has increased 14 per cent from last year and now stands at more than £19,000.
Lloyds is continuing to pressurise staff to mis-sell credit cards, loans and insurance, a leaked email has revealed - just months after the bank was fined £28m for promoting a ruthless sales culture.
The myth of free current accounts will soon be over, argues Roger Davies.
The Co-operative Group has released details of its new governance structure following a review by ex-City minister Lord Myners.
Here Julie Hutchison of Standard Life gives her top ten tips for the parents of teens about to embark on gap year adventures.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch is close to agreeing a $16bn-$17bn settlement over its handling of mortgage-backed securities in the run up to the financial crisis, according to reports.
Think tank ResPublica has called for bankers to commit to clear ethical standards in the form of a ‘Banker’s Oath’. Your Money asked the experts if it will go far enough.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) have proposed new rules that would seek to change how bankers behave and are paid.
As the banking industry faces an inquiry by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), here's how to tell if your current account is working for you.
In its first joint work with the regulator, the Competition and Markets Authority is preparing the way for a consultation into the consumer detriment caused by lack of retail and business banking competition.
Tony Leahy explores whether the launch of the New ISA will encourage people to be more proactive when it comes to finding the best home for their money.
Barclays will scrap its 6,500-strong cashier team in October, converting them into 'community bankers' with iPads.
The Bank of England has raised eyebrows by suggesting that the base rate could rise sooner than expected - but what would this mean for consumers?
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