Returning for "back to school season" is the September edition of our banking and finance bulletin. With a new King, a new prime minister, a raft of new tax cuts and interest levels rising to their highest level since 2008 (and set to keep climbing), it’s an unsettled time for the British public and the economy. With inflation also at a 40-year high, it looks like we can expect a stand-off between our new pro-growth PM and the anti-inflation Monetary Policy Committee at the Bank of England over the coming months.
So, what have we been up to over these tumultuous summer months? Working hard to keep you up to date with all the latest news in the world of finance, of course! In this edition, we discuss the impact of the new register of overseas entities on finance transactions, the extension of the recovery loan scheme, new recommendations for working towards net zero and the latest instalment in the saga of authorised push payment fraud.
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