The number of people using branches is falling sharply, but Which? is right to highlight the plight of those who either don't want to or who aren't able to use internet banking
More than 1,000 closures in total across all lenders - many in areas with bad broadband connections, meaning poor access to online banking, Which? finds
Credit Agricole, HSBC and JP Morgan Chase were fined over their participation in a euro interest rate derivatives cartel
How you view the latest results depends on whether your glass is half empty or half full, but this is a bank with rather bigger issues to deal with than the latest quarterly numbers
Europe’s biggest bank seeks 50,000 square feet of space in East London's 'Silicon Roundabout' technology hub.
The two-year fixed rate from HSBC is the first fixed deal to dip below 1 per cent but analysts say other lenders may follow, leading rates even lower.
Complaints about payday lenders more than tripled in the first half of the year, new official figures have revealed. The short-term, high-interest loans attracted 4,186 grievances, up from 1,213 in the previous six months.
Facial recognition technology will be used to verify the images
The bank has a host of problems, but it's keeping up with City expectations so its stock has been in demand on the markets
HSBC is battling uncertainty in its two key markets over the EU referendum in Britain and the impact of a slowdown in China on Hong Kong
Kevin Dowd, professor of finance and economics at Durham University, argues the Bank’s tests, which model various adverse economic scenarios, have a series of 'fatal flaws'
Lloyds’ plan to close another 200 branches is just the latest chapter in the decline of face-to-face banking, but there are concerns for what this means for the most marginalised in society
The deal shows the strong resilience of the market despite of the uncertainty surrounding the Brexit vote
A Congressional report says Osborne and the City watcdhog impeded US efforts to bring the bank to book over money laundering and sanctions busting
Andrea Orcel said UBS will require a complete reassessment of the banks’ model going forward
The report says HSBC was not prosecuted over the allegations in the US because officials were concerned it would cause a global financial disaster