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So whether you are whole of market, offer restricted products, provide mortgage and protection plans or protection planning only, we can offer you an unrivalled level of support and expertise.
Names of people receiving payments through banks will be made as necessary as their banking details from next summer, in an attempt to combat the rising rate of fraud.
Currently, for anyone wanting to transfer money, banks require the recipient’s account name, account number and sort code. However, the account name is not checked by banks to make sure it is correct.
The £1.7 billion takeover of Virgin Money by Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banking Group (CYBG), announced earlier this year, has gone ahead and been completed.
Earlier this year, in June, the two banks came together and agreed to a takeover deal, claiming it would create the “first true national competitor to the large incumbent banks.”
Shares in the FTSE 100 company Hargreaves Lansdown fell approximately 7% this morning, following a warning by company’s chief executive, Chris Hill, about an industry wide slowdown in inflows.
“The past quarter has seen an uncertain market environment and weak investor sentiment resulting in an industry wide slowdown in net retail flows.”
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