High street bank Lloyds has launched a £100m SME infrastructure fund linked to the Hinkley Point C nuclear power station in Somerset.
The Supreme Court has dished out justice in terms of the tribunal fees staff have had to pay to bring a claim forward and bosses need to be made aware of it.
Having first addressed the consumer market, financial technology business Revolut has launched a European business offering focused on multi-currency transfers with interbank exchange rates.
The majority of students have been on the receiving end of fees that they were not meant to pay, and just a minority are challenging the businesses responsible. But as these companies will soon expect further businesses from millennials, why are they offering such poor treatment
SMEs are turning away from big banks because lenders are not helping out with serious growth ambitions.
Tesco has received £39m from MasterCard in the first of an expected wave of settlements over interchange fee lawsuits filed by UK retailers.
The number of people taking their employers to employment tribunals could rise as the government reviews the fee payable by employees over the next few weeks.
Retailers have welcomed a ruling by the European Courts of Justice limiting the fees which banks can charge for processing payments.
The introduction of tribunal fees has caused a massive fall in the number of claims, according to a Trades Union Congress (TUC) report published today.
More than half of business owners believe that banks do not care about small businesses. What do you think?