Barclays to axe current account discounts for at least 85,000 customers from today The banking giant is ending cashback for current account holders due to a very low take up - here's all you need to know Crooks posing as my bank's fraud department stole all my savings First-time buyer schemes explained - and how to get on the ladder with a small deposit
The banking giant is ending cashback for current account holders due to a very low take up - here's all you need to know Barclays is axing cashback for all customers from today - meaning tens of thousands of people will no longer be able to earn money when they spend at certain retailers.
Equity team set for expansion after bumper quarter Barclays has bolstered its European equities unit with a senior hire from Citigroup. Anita Tanna, who has spent the past 12 years at Citigroup in various roles in senior equities sales, has joined Barclays as head of generalist and specialist cash sales in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, according to a person familiar with the matter.
DMX's $35K funeral - which included a $7K casket - was paid for by his label Def Jam Recordings after the rapper died at 50 following a heart attack
DMX's record company paid for his funeral at Barclays Center in Brooklyn. The rapper and actor tragically passed away in April aged 50, a week after he was hospitalized after suffering a heart attack, and its been revealed that Def Jam Recordings footed a bill of over $35,000 to cover the costs of his memorial service.
Bradford’s apprentices are coming out in force to encourage more of the district’s school children to consider a career in manufacturing. A task force of current apprentices from Bradford manufacturers including Christeyns UK, Produmax, Solenis and Carnaud Metalbox will be taking part in a series of events as part of October’s Bradford Manufacturing Weeks 2021 and from September, a calendar of local apprenticeship opportunities will be available – alongside current apprentice information films – on the Bradford Manufacturing Weeks website.
Goldman Sachs hired live musicians and served staff lobster to 'celebrate' their return to NYC offices this week - with all workers forced to log their vaccination status
Goldman Sachs hired live musicians and served staff lobster for office return The bank hosted live music including funk and jazz outside the building. In comparison, bankers' return to Barclays was much more muted The return to the office marked the beginning of the post-pandemic era of investment banking
“This is a landmark deal for Watford Community Housing and provides further capacity to support our business plan ambitions." The development programme proposes 1,500 homes in the next five years Watford Community Housing has secured its first SONIA-linked loan with a £25m revolving credit facility (RCF) to support the development of more than 1,500 homes across Watford and Hertfordshire.
By Robbie Bryson Digital Reporter RESIDENTS are being invited to an event to learn more about the changes planned to boost walking and cycling in Chelmsford. Essex County Council launched its Active Travel Fund consultation at the end of May. On Tuesday the Safer, Greener, Healthier team are heading to Chelmsford to answer questions from residents and businesses.
ONE of the UK’s leading high street banks to close its branch in Warminster on Friday (June 25). The Barclays Bank branch at 32 Market Place will close its doors for the last time. Town councillors in Warminster have condemned the closure, saying it will most affect elderly and vulnerable people who are still part of the cash economy.
ONE of the biggest issues facing the farming industry is getting new people into agricultural work, according to one Herefordshire farmer. Research from Barclays revealed the true extent of the problem, finding only three per cent of 18 to 30 years olds would view farming and agriculture as a desirable career.
They were found guilty of criminal damage Two Extinction Rebellion protesters have been fined for spraying black dye over the Barclays Northampton HQ, but four had their cases dismissed. 'The Barclaycard six' all appeared at Northampton Magistrates Court this week to face charges of causing criminal damage to property valued under £5000 after they sprayed black dye around the reception area and over a Barclays logo in the Northampton branch in protest of the company's investment in the fossil fuels industry.
Petition to keep Llandrindod Wells bank branch open hits milestone A PETITION opposing the closure of the Barclays Bank branch in Llandrindod has been signed by more than 500 people. The petition was launched by the town’s Liberal Democrat county councillors Pete Roberts and Jake Berriman in the wake of Barclays’ announcement last month.
Nomura, Unicredit, Credit Agricole, JPMorgan, Citibank, Barclays, Bank of America and Deutsche Bank have been cleared to take part in the EU’s next syndicated debt sale. The proceeds will form the basis for the European Commission’s €800-billion Covid recovery fund, a Commission source told Reuters this afternoon.
(Reuters) - Nomura, Unicredit, Credit Agricole, JPMorgan, Citibank, Barclays, Bank of America and Deutsche Bank can take part in the next syndicated debt sale backing the European Commission's up to 800-billion-euro ($950.7 billion) COVID-19 recovery fund, a Commission source said on Friday.
The Ipswich town centre Barclays branch has been forced to close after leaking rain water damaged the bank's electric light fittings. Customers were asked to leave the branch in Princes Street, near the Cornhill, after the safety hazard was discovered shortly after midday on Friday. A spokesman for Barclays was unable to confirm when the bank would be able to reopen.
Inquest opens on man, 59, hit by lorry in Telford 30 million extra seats in huge Midlands trains expansion Legacy roof repairs underway at community centre MP launches campaign to save the name of The Wrekin constituency Former Telford school building could be transformed into flats for youth charity
Detectives in Spain have praised West Yorkshire Police for helping them recover almost £5.15m (€6m) lost during a Ponzi scheme. An investigation was launched after more than 200 people claimed they had fallen victim to a scam run by a Spanish man living in Leeds and around €15m was lost.
Bank looks to refocus with a raft of senior hires HSBC has hired a former Barclays dealmaker to co-head its advisory unit, part of a series of changes at the top of its investment bank as it bolsters its team of senior bankers. The UK lender has merged its capital markets and advisory business with its investment banking coverage unit, hiring Matthew Ginsburg, a former Morgan Stanley and Barclays dealmaker, as co-head alongside Adam Bagshaw, who joined last year from Deutsche Bank, according to a memo seen by Financial News.
HONG KONG, June 17 (Reuters) - China's biggest ride-hailing company Didi Chuxing has appointed five more investment banks to work as book runners on its U.S initial public offering (IPO) worth up to $10 billion, sources with direct knowledge of the matter said.