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Banking sector

Articles on the banking sector from our leading edge monthly magazine, FS Focus.

Tenreyro appointed to Monetary Policy Committee

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Professor Silvano Tenreyro from the London School of Economics has been appointed as a member of the Bank of England’s monetary policy committee, which decides interest rates.

ECB reveals emergency help details

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The European Central Bank (ECB) has published a new report on the terms and conditions surrounding its provision of emergency help to Eurozone banks, following criticisms of its transparency.

Fund Management

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With Brexit negotiations under way, is it a good time to move your funds? Chisomo Kaferawanthu provides some insights

Lloyds sell out

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The government has finally sold off its remaining shares in Lloyds Banking Group having spent an estimated £20.3bn rescuing the group.

Banks must "take action" against fraud

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Banks are still leaving customers exposed to ‘life-changing’ transfer scams, five months after the Payment Systems Regulator (PSR) found evidence they could be doing more, according to research by Which?

An open approach

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As part of the Competition and Markets Authority’s shake-up of the banking sector, open banking is a hot topic. Pádraig Floyd investigates its impact.

Shadow Banks murky or just misunderstood

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As mainstream banks have struggled with debts and regulation after the financial crisis, shadow banking has bridged the gap. But at what cost? Peter Wilson reports

PRA set out Brexit priorities

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All financial service firms with EU cross-border activities need to report their Brexit contingency plans following the triggering of Article 50.

Bank of England implicated in Libor scandal

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New BBC Panorama recordings involving senior Barclays manager, Mark Dearlove, imply Bank of England involvement in the Libor scandal.

Not out of the woods yet

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One of the Treasury Committee’s key inquiries into recovery and resolution questions whether the UK’s banking reforms have solved the problem of ‘too big to fail’. John Mongelard assesses the progress.

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