Entrepreneurship in the UK is largely being sustained by surging self-employment, with too few companies with growth aspirations being created, a new report has warned.
Author: Oliver Dirksen
More than four mortgage holders lost their home each day in the three months to the end of September.
The amount you could borrow for a home can be dramatically affected by outstanding debt
Banks are starting to offer this type of controversial finance again — and almost anyone can apply
Credit help for the car industry, which manufacturers consider vital to revive the dire market and to save jobs, may be about to run into a fresh storm of controversy.
Santander plans to float its American car loans division on the US stock market, which could value the business at more than $8 billion (£5.3 billion).
Having a poor credit score can damage your ability to get a mortgage, loan or mobile phone deal, but it could also cost you a year’s salary if you are a regular credit card user, …
Thousands of vulnerable families are having their tax credits wrongly cut by a US outsourcing company that has breached its contract with the government more than 100 times in a year.
Savers and institutions urged to cut accounts of more than €100,000, writes Niall Brady
A crimewave is sweeping the UK as thieves open accounts using fake ID — and then steal your money
The loss of a key Central Bank executive will weigh on Ireland’s attempts to attract investment from London, according to the Fianna Fáil shadow finance spokesman.
Ulster Bank has ruled out any tie-up with other financial institutions such as Permanent TSB or KBC Bank.
Europe’s largest financial groups face a big increase in the cost of running and regulating their investment banking businesses from London post-Brexit.