UK Christian Ministry, Church Leaders Fight Conversion Therapy Ban
A Christian ministry helping those with gender confusion fights cancellation by Barclays while a ban on conversion therapy plays out in the UK's Parliament.
Who Is Jes Staley and How Is He Linked to Jeffrey Epstein? Explained
Barclay's share price fell three percent in response to the news of the chief executive's departure, but subsequently rallied.
Jes Staley, Departing Barclays CEO, Will Contest Jeffrey Epstein Probe
Barclays says Staley intends to contest the findings of the investigation, and says he did not see "or was aware of, any of Mr Epstein's alleged crimes."
Dogecoin Almost Two Times Bigger Than Credit Suisse as Price Climbs
The trendy cryptocurrency's worth has surged recently.
Barclays CEO Apologizes for Link to Jeffrey Epstein
"For sure, with hindsight with what we know now, I deeply regret having any relationship with Jeffrey," Jes Staley said.
Man Takes Legal Action After His Inheritance Was Sent to Wrong Person
Peter Teich, from Cambridge, U.K., said his inheritance was put in someone else's bank account and that person refused to return the money.
Barclays Bank Replaces Passwords With Voice Recognition
Telephone and online banking customers will be able to use their accounts using only their voice.
Barclays Launches Its Own Version of Android Pay
Just a month after introducing Apple Pay, Barclays has decided to go its own way.
U.K. Mortgage Lender Halifax Raises Borrowing Age to 80
The number of consumers aged over 65 is expected to rise by 1.1 million in the next five years.
Should You Take Out a 100 Percent Mortgage?
The biggest risk is falling house prices—if the value of the property decreases, you could be in negative equity.
Apple Pay Finally Launches with Barclays
Barclays was the last major U.K. bank to introduce Apple Pay.
Barclays to Exit Africa After Reporting Annual Loss
The British bank will sell its 62 percent stake in Barclays Africa Group.
Major Banks Plead Guilty and Pay Billions Over Manipulation of Foreign Exchange Rates
Authorities in the United States and Europe have fined seven banks over $10 billion.
British Banking Body Calls for Supervision of Tech Challengers
More than a quarter of customers use mobile banking while tech firms Google and Apple offer payment services.
UK's Serious Fraud Office Grills Traders Over Europe-Wide Rate Fixing Scandal
The UK Serious Fraud Office have stepped up their criminal probe into the suspected Euribor rate manipulation.
HSBC Embroiled in New Price-Fixing Scandal
The bank is one of 10 establishments accused of colluding to set the trading price of precious metals.