Which? is urging the government to introduce new laws to protect people from losing life-changing sums of money to bank transfer fraud after the Brexit transition period ends.
Losses from bank transfer fraud soared to £456m last year, despite dozens of banks signing up to a code to protect their customers from these type of scams.
A record number of people spent their Christmas day filing their tax return this year, new data from Hm Revenue and Customs (HMRC) shows.
Call for victims who have lost thousands of pounds by transferring money to a fraudster since 2016 to be paid back by their bank.
Challenger bank Monzo has launched a range of loans as it adds to the suite of products available through its app-based bank account. Monzo launched overdrafts to customers in April...
Triodos has taken action to Brexit-proof its products by joining the UK's Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS).
Santander is among a number of big name lenders increasing mortgage options for people looking to borrow into retirement.
TSB has vowed to pay back customers who have lost money to scams - even if they've sent a payment to a fraudster or handed over banking details.
Find out about the tax changes hitting the self-employed in the 2019-20 tax year.
Victims of bank transfer scams, who've lost almost £400m over the past two years, will get refunded by their bank under a new reimbursement scheme agreed by banks