InCredit — January 2014: market news
This month’s round-up of developments affecting the consumer credit industry sees the Financial Services (Banking Reform) Bill receive Royal Assent; the EU agree a landmark bank deal; recommended changes to the Draft Consumer Rights Bill; and the publication of the Mortgage Credit Directive text.
Contents: market news
- Warning from foreign banks over China lending limit rules
- Santander acquires Bank of Shanghai
- Tesco Bank to launch current accounts
- New board appointment for Lloyds
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