Banks

The Future of the Banking Industry

When Fifth Third Bancorp recently announced the closure of one hundred branches and the sale of properties intended for said branches, the Cincinnati bank was honest about the motive. In a statement, Fifth Third CEO...

Please refrain from speaking: The new banks you can’t talk to

Two new banks are providing their clients with the opportunity to never to communicate by phone, let alone speak to them in person. The future includes fingers on applications, not talk on the handset. "Everything...

Scottish Lloyds Banking Group employees volunteer 1,500 working hours to assist local charity

As part of its commitment to volunteering, Scottish Lloyds Banking Group employees have supported Edinburgh-domiciled charity Waverley Care with more than 1,500 working hours in the last couple of years. The latest volunteering day took...

International Netherlands Group – Up and at them

Less than 10 years ago the International Netherlands Group, with its orange lion emblem, was the embodiment of finance rampant. Its banking, insurance and also asset management activities and presence have spread internationally. At...

Sweden Following Japan’s Example

3 years ago Sweden was mostly considered as the primary example in how to handle the international crisis. The country’s exports were significantly impacted by declining global trade but recuperated; its well-monitored banks overcame...

Banks oust U.S. citizens because of new tax law

Americans, take your capital somewhere else! That is what banks from around the globe have been telling their American clients, as they attempt to evade having to abide by a new tax law which is...

Cyberattacks Target and Paralyze South Korean Computers Networks

The computer networks that operate the systems of thee important South Korean banks and also two of the nation’s major broadcasters were the targets of Wednesday’s cyberattacks which some specialists presume to have originated...

Banking revisions: What’s different since the 2008 crash?

5 years after the beginning of the financial crisis, the banking sector is now facing more close examination than ever before. The banking system was saved from collapse by billions of pounds of taxpayers' money,...
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