Investigation triggered by customer complaints about being charged for switching despite being in the grace period.
Ashley's legal team states Jeffrey Blue's case against the Sports Direct owner is an 'opportunistic try-on'.
National Audit Office says government response to online fraud is not 'efficient or effective'.
Speech by FCA head comes after Norwich & Peterborough Building Society said it will close current accounts.
CMA could bring Phase 1 of the investigation to an end 10 days ahead of schedule.
City regulator urges asset management firms to be more transparent on costs and charges.
Thames Valley Police's commissioner claims Lloyds knew of banking scam as early as 2008.
The central bank said the system will be available to the 19 countries inside the eurozone area.
The German automaker's flippant handling of its emissions scandal might see it dig a deeper legal hole for itself.
Merger of market leaders would create the UK's largest asset manager
UK's Harcus Sinclair and the Dutch Foundation have joined forces in what is fast morphing into a pan-European lawsuit against the German automaker.
Financial Ombudsman warns of 'striking' increase in the number of complaints related to consumer credit products.
New counter-terrorism drive comes on the eve of talks between Theresa May and Emmanuel Macron.
Financial Reporting Council says there is 'not a realistic prospect' of finding PwC guilty of misconduct.
Lewis has been summoned to testify in the trial involving three of Tesco's former executives.
It is worth asking how big a problem is fraud and why UK political parties should focus on it in their manifestos.
Lenders will have to advertise on at least one price comparison website.
Mark Carney and Barclays boss Jes Staley have both been targeted by the same prankster this month.
Prankster had an email exchange with Bank of England governor before posting it on Twitter.
European Commission has proposed euro-denominated transactions should be cleared only in the Eurozone.