Debt Issued to Fund the 1946 Nationalisation of the Bank of England to be Repaid Chancellor announces that the government will redeem 3% Treasury Stock in full on 8 May 2015.
Bank of England and HM Treasury Announce Extension of Funding for Lending Scheme This extension will provide lenders with continued certainty over the availability of cheap funding to support lending to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) during 2015, even in the event of stress in bank funding markets.
Bank of England proposes savings protection limit of £1m Savings of up to £1m in collapsed banks are to be protected under new proposals from the Bank of England intended to avoid a Northern Rock-style run on a financial institution.
Management and Leadership Development Training for Bank of England Management and leadership development offer includes a combination of multiple-day ‘core’ programmes.
Carney: massive shortfall in currency reserves for independent Scotland Bank of England governor appeared to confirm that Scotland would need substantial reserves in order to use sterling.
Bank of England makes emergency plans in case of Scottish independence Stability of sterling could be threatened if Scotland votes for independence, while Treasury only preparing for no vote.
Tender for High Security Transit Vehicles The Bank of England has a requirement for three high security transit vehicles.
Bank of England moves to limit large loans to housebuyers The Bank of England signalled on Thursday that it would not impose draconian measures to cool the housing market unless house prices rise by more than 20% over the next three years.
Mortgage curbs ‘will damage housing market recovery outside London’ George Osborne’s cap on borrowings, such as squeeze on loan-to-income ratio, judged a ‘retrograde step’ by experts.
Bank of England gets new powers to curb mortgages to prevent asset bubble Bank of England governor Mark Carney warns rate rise could come as soon as this year.