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  2. List of banks in the United Kingdom - Wikipedia

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    On 18 September 2008, Lloyds TSB plc entered into a confirmed agreement to take over HBOS plc, which took effect on 19 January 2009, when HBOS was acquired and folded into Lloyds Banking Group. Retail banks owned by retailers. There are a number of other retail banking businesses owned by retailers including:

  3. Halifax (bank) - Wikipedia

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    Halifax (previously known as Halifax Building Society and colloquially known as The Halifax) is a British banking brand operating as a trading division of Bank of Scotland, itself a wholly owned subsidiary of Lloyds Banking Group. It is named after the town of Halifax, West Yorkshire, where it was founded as a building society in 1853.

  4. Tesco Bank - Wikipedia

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    Tesco Bank is a British retail bank which was formed in July 1997 (as Tesco Personal Finance), and which has been wholly owned by Tesco plc since 2008.The bank was formed as part of a 50:50 joint venture between The Royal Bank of Scotland and Tesco, the largest supermarket in the United Kingdom.

  5. First Active - Wikipedia

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    First Active was an Irish bank, and former building society which was merged into Ulster Bank in late 2009, ceasing trading in February 2010. It traditionally offered a range of mortgages (including subprime mortgages), savings, investment, pension and life assurance products, but from 2007 onwards, also offered credit cards, ATM accounts and current accounts as well as online banking and ...

  6. Open banking - Wikipedia

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    Open banking is a financial services term within financial technology. It refers to: The use of open APIs that enable third-party developers to build applications and services around the financial institution. Greater financial transparency options for account holders, ranging from open data to private data.

  7. First Direct - Wikipedia

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    Secondly, there were two different adverts running concurrently on ITV and Channel 4, one offering a negative view showing the aspects of normal banking and the other a positive view of First Direct, with the two crossing over at a key point. By May 1991, the bank had 100,000 customers on its books, and by March 1993, it had 250,000.

  8. Starling Bank - Wikipedia

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    Starling Bank (/ ˈ s t ɑːr l ɪ ŋ /) is a digital challenger bank based in the United Kingdom, which focuses on current and business account products. [3] [4] Headquartered in London, Starling Bank is a licensed and regulated bank, founded by former Allied Irish Banks COO , Anne Boden , in January 2014. [5]

  9. Drummonds Bank - Wikipedia

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    King George III moved his account from Coutts to Drummonds during his reign as he was displeased with Coutts for bank-rolling the Prince of Wales from his personal account. Messrs Drummond & Co. honoured the wishes of the King, but unsurprisingly when the Prince of Wales became King George IV in 1820, he moved the royal account back to Coutts.