Helen Nugent

Banking overhaul, housing fears and consumer spending

It’s been two years in the making but the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has finally published its investigation into the retail banking sector.

The watchdog announced this morning that Britain’s High Street banks must launch a technological ‘revolution’ in an effort to promote better competition.

The CMA concluded that new phone-based apps should be brought in by early 2018. This

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