News & Articles Archive
Norwich Union has advised homeowners to check their contents insurance covers damage caused by trick-or-treaters.
Financial services advisor Defaqto has encouraged motorists to compare car insurance policies from a range of providers to see if they could make savings.
Home insurance provider Halifax has warned Britons against the perils of Bonfire Night activities.
Abbey has relaunched its mortgage portfolio to entice more first time buyers.
Car insurance provider American Express has revealed concerns over driving conditions ahead of this weekends clock change.
Travel insurance provider esure has stressed the need for adequate protection when going abroad.
Health insurance provider Norwich Union has revealed many of its claimants suffer injuries while working at height.
Home insurance provider Halifax has revealed figures showing there is one forced entry every 60 seconds in the winter months.
Sainsburys Bank has revealed research which it says shows the benefits of its internet savings account.
Halifax is offering interest-free credit card balance transfers as part of its new One package.
Norwich Union, provider of personal health insurance policies, has acquired Maidenhead-based Rehabilitation UK for its healthcare subsidiary.
AA Travel Insurance has released figures showing up to 400,000 people undertake winter sports without adequate policies.
The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has announced it is to provide up to 100 cash machines in rural post offices.
A survey by high-street bank Halifax has found that up to 300,000 homes in the UK have stood vacant for more than six months.
The Post Office is urging drivers to compare car insurance policies to see if its new cashback deal can sweeten the taste.
The Halifax House Price Index (HPI) shows Northern Ireland to be the fastest growing area of the property market.
Credit card service provider Mastercard has assembled a panel of industry leaders in Cyprus to discuss security within the payment sector.
More Th>n has revealed the cost of office gossip in a study conducted by its business insurance subsidiary.
High-street bank Lloyds TSB is offering its credit card customers access to a lifestyle assistant to help them remember to buy gifts for loved ones.
Internet bank smile has added new fixed-rate and tracker packages to its portfolio of mortgages.
Online bank first direct has told new parents to compare mortgages before taking time out for their baby.
Financial services company More Th>n has announced the details of its new pet insurance policy.
Reward-savvy credit card comparison could increase the amount donated to charities, according to major lender American Express.
Lloyds TSB has announced optimistic results in its monthly business banking barometer.
Online bank Egg has appointed Ian Kerr, ex-boss of Halifax, as its chief executive.
MBNA has topped the charts in a new credit card comparison report.
Mortgage lender Alliance & Leicester has improved its range of specialist mortgages, including changes to its buy to let offerings.
Norwich Union Healthcare, one of the largest providers of health insurance in the UK, has urged the government to offer incentives to get staff back to work more quickly after illness or injury.
Building society Skipton has launched a seven-year fixed-rate mortgage which may be ideal for the first time buyer.
Staff are to be trained in relationship management practice by the business banking subsidiary of high street bank Alliance and Leicester, under a new partnership with De Montfort University.
Credit card comparison could be aided by printing cigarette-style warnings on high-interest products, a finance expert has suggested.
High street bank Alliance & Leicester has launched a new high-interest savings account.
Consumers confidence in their personal circumstances has increased this month, according to a report from Lloyds TSB Corporate Markets, the banks business banking subsidiary.
Child trust funds are encouraging a "national savings culture" among parents and children, according to finance company Family Investments.
Internet bank First Direct is to offer a number of services via mobile phone.
Home insurance provider Lloyds TSB is expecting a surge in claims if Environment Agency flood warnings are correct.
Motorists are being encouraged to compare car insurance costs to see if they could save under Norwich Unions new pay as you drive policy.
Barclaycards flexi-rate package will include a 12-month interest-free period for credit card balance transfers from October 9th.
House prices rose by one per cent in September, according to mortgage lender Halifax.
Mastercard has revealed a landmark result for its SmartData Online (SDOL) application, which is now used in over a million European transactions each month.
Alliance and Leicester has announced new interest rates on its Balance Builder business banking solution.
Bank of America Corp (BAC), which bought credit card provider MBNA earlier this year, has renewed an agreement to continue selling Visa products until 2011.
Loan provider Northern Rock has announced strong trading figures in spite of increased interest rates.
The Post Office has announced its credit card may now be used abroad with no commission charges.
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Paul Davies writes articles on the financial industries and economic matters.
Jonathan Thomas covers insurance industry issues and also news from the banking sector.
Mark Mitchell writes on a broad range of financial and consumer issues.
Luke Jovetic covers all aspects of economic news as well as money savings articles.