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Standardised APIs could aid data accessibility in UK banking within two years

UK banks could be forced to make more of the data they store accessible to consumers, rivals and new entrants to the market via standardised technology within the next year or two, under plans being taken forward by the UK government. 29 Jan 2015

‘Older generation embracing online banking technology’, says study

Online banking has seen a boom among the older generation, with nearly 2.3 million aged between 70 and over 100 years old now using internet banking, according to figures compiled by the British Bankers’ Association (BBA). 27 Jan 2015

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FCA: banks should make savings account interest rates clearer and switching easier

Consumers who hold a savings account with a bank or a building society may not be receiving the best available rate of interest, particularly those with the oldest accounts, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has said. 22 Jan 2015

New rules governing UK banks and investment firms in financial difficulty come into force

UK regulators have published final rules governing how they will treat banks and investment firms in financial difficulty, following changes to EU law which will require investors and bondholders to bear the cost of bank failure. 22 Jan 2015

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