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Lloyds Banking Group will pay out between £200-300m in fines to US and UK regulators over allegations of involvement in rigging the Libor inter-bank lending rate. The bank, in which the taxpayer retains a 25% stake, is expected to reveal the amount before it releases its half-yearly results on 31 July.
Resolution Foundation press release Dealing with the household debt hangover must be priority for next Parliament as the end of ‘holiday period’ for borrowing cos...
Institute of Directors press release Commenting on the minutes of the latest Monetary Policy Committee meeting, which show that the MPC voted unanimously in favou...
RBS has written to Andrew Tyrie MP, Chairman of the Treasury Committee, about oral evidence provided by Chris Sullivan, Deputy Group Chief Executive, and Derek Sach,...
CBI press release The CBI today responded to an announcement by the Competition Markets Authority (CMA) that it will consult on provisional decision to launch an ...
Citizens Advice press release Banks risk complacency over current accounts As the Competition and Markets Authority proposes an investigation into the current acco...
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