British Bankers Association


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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 British Bankers Association said that banks are witnessing a 'consumer led revolution' in the personal finance industry.
British Bankers Association agrees measures to support ethnic minority business as report finds good work is underway, but more to be done.
Anthony Browne, chief executive of the British Bankers Association, said: "We have put forward proposals to clamp down on rogue bankers and bad practice."
His comments came a day after Angela Knight, the chief executive of the British Bankers Association, said plans to reform the sector should be put on hold until the economy has recovered and taxpayers have been repaid for bailing out the banks.
The British Bankers Association said: "It is no secret the major UK banks that operate in Britain and in many other countries have sought for some time to get an international agreement on bonuses.
The move is being discussed by the British Bankers Association, despite a surge in profits.
THERE has been a further jump in the number of mortgage approvals, according to the British Bankers Association.
However, the British Bankers Association said the matter was part of the commercial agreements between individual banks and security firms and rejected a move.
AROUND 16 per cent of all bank customers now conduct their accounts by phone, the British Bankers Association says.
The British Bankers Association (BBA) has said that more customers are now turning to digital banking.
At a recent breakfast briefing event, industry experts from the British Bankers Association (BBA), FTI Consulting and Wolters Kluwer Financial Services highlighted the changes made to the regulatory structure following the legal cutover and broke down the expectations of the FCA.
THERE was fresh evidence of a cooling housing market after mortgage lending slowed further in November, the British Bankers Association (BBA) said.

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