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British Bankers Association (BBA)

An association of banks and financial institutions operating in the U.K. The BBA calculates and publishes LIBOR rates.

British Bankers Association

A professional association of banks and financial service firms. With over 200 members in dozens of countries, the BBA is one of the leading organizations in its field. It is responsible for working with European government organizations on improvements for banking regulations, in addition to setting a banking code and small business code. Importantly, the BBA is responsible for setting the LIBOR every day.
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The meeting comes as the British Bankers' Association warned that several banks were poised to quit the UK.
The British Bankers' Association (BBA) is set to vote on a merger of rivals.
According to the British Bankers' Association, 40,104 mortgages got the go-ahead last month, down from 43,854 in March.
FINANCIAL FACT: GROSS mortgage borrowing hit its strongest levels in seven years in both October and November 2015, according to the British Bankers' Association (BBA).
e number of mortgage approvals which have been given the green light both for house purchase and for home owners looking to re-mortgage has been falling every month since February, gures released by the British Bankers' Association show.
The British Bankers' Association (BBA), a UK association for the banking and financial services sector, released seasonally adjusted figures on Tuesday that indicate an improvement in the UK housing market.
Summary: British Bankers' Association on Wednesday announced changes to Libor interest-rate transparency.
But the British Bankers' Association (BBA) said that despite the upturn in the housing market, low consumer confidence generally means that people still lack the appetite to take on new borrowing and are making determined efforts to shore up their savings.
The British Bankers' Association (BBA) said its figure of 21,519 approvals for re-mortgages in May was well down on the average of 24,571 for the previous six months.
The British Bankers' Association (BBA) said it will not appeal after it lost its High Court challenge against new FSA rules on mis-selling PPI being applied retrospectively.
The British Bankers' Association announced the creation of the new process this week which, it is claimed, will allow small firms to request a second opinion if they believe loan applications have been declined unfairly by one of the UK's main banks.
In response, the British Bankers' Association said the governor's remarks had not considered 'extensive reforms' in the sector.

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