Tagged: building societies

Nova Credit and Nottingham Building Society Streamline Mortgage Finance for UK Clients

Nova Credit’s second UK partnership provides one of the country’s top 10 building societies with access to foreign credit histories to get more mortgage finance into the hands of skilled and professional new-to-country UK applicants. In line with their UK expansion strategy, we’re excited to… Read More

Australia: Mutual Banks, Building Societies, Credit Unions Significantly Increased Total Assets – Report

Australia’s mutual banks, building societies and credit unions (the “Mutuals”) increased total assets by 2.5 percent to $163.1 billion in the 2023 financial year, “compared to last year’s 8.4 percent jump (to $159.1 billion).” At the same time, overall operating profits before tax increased “by… Read More

UK’s Metro Bank Joins APPG for Challenger Banks, Building Societies as Associate Member

The APPG for Challenger Banks and Building Societies are pleased to confirm that Metro Bank is now the latest challenger bank to join them as an Associate Member. The APPG is a cross-party group of MPs and Peers that focuses on informing parliamentarians about challenger… Read More

Fraudulent Activities: Which? Requests UK Banks to Release Figures on Percentage of Clients Refunded for Authorized Push Payment Scams

UK-based consumer group Which? has asked local banking institutions and building societies to release figures on the number or percentage of clients they refund for authorized push payment (APP) fraud. APP scams have been increasing during the Coronavirus crisis, with losses reaching almost half a… Read More

UK’s Prudential Regulation Authority Releases Paper on Creating Simpler, Resilient Prudential Framework for Banks

The Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA), a United Kingdom financial services regulatory body that’s responsible for the prudential regulation and supervision of banks, building societies, credit unions, insurers, and major investment firms, has released a discussion paper that looks into developing a simpler and resilient prudential… Read More

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