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  2. cahoot - Wikipedia

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    cahoot is an internet-only division of Santander UK plc, the British subsidiary of the Santander Group. Cahoot was launched in June 2000, as the internet based banking brand of Abbey National plc. Cahoot is based in Belfast , Northern Ireland .

  3. Egg Banking - Wikipedia

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    Egg was born out of the banking arm in the United Kingdom of Prudential plc, which was established in 1996, and the Egg brand was launched in October 1998. The first online credit card was launched in September 1999. It was only possible to operate an Egg account over the internet, or via their call centre.

  4. List of banks in the United Kingdom - Wikipedia

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    Online only NatWest Group†† 1968 Edinburgh, Scotland 691.0 743 Santander Bank: 2010 London, England 231: 25,872 462 Starling Bank: 2014 London, England 1.2: Online only Tandem Bank: 2015 London, England 0.5: Online only The Cooperative Bank: 1872 Manchester, England 25.5: 3,350 68 TSB Bank: 1810 Edinburgh, Scotland: 7,000 299 Virgin Money ...

  5. 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.

  6. Banco de Oro - Wikipedia

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    BDO Unibank, Inc., commonly known as Banco de Oro (BDO), is a Philippine banking company based in Makati. In terms of total assets, the firm is the largest bank in the Philippines and 15th largest in Southeast Asia as of March 31, 2016. BDO Unibank is also a member of SM Group. It is also the largest bank in the country by market capitalization.

  7. 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 ...

  8. 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.

  9. List of largest banks - Wikipedia

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    Banco Santander: 17 Société Générale: 18 Barclays: 19 Groupe BPCE: 20 Postal Savings Bank of China: 21 Deutsche Bank: 22 Bank of Communications: 23 Goldman Sachs: 24 Royal Bank of Canada: 25 Lloyds Banking Group: 26 Toronto-Dominion Bank: 27 China Merchants Bank: 28 Intesa Sanpaolo: 29 Norinchukin Bank: 30 ING Group: 31 Industrial Bank ...