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CYBG PLC (CYBGC.L)

CYBGC.L on London Stock Exchange

333.40GBp
18 Jan 2018
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8.20 (+2.52%)
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Tue, Nov 21 2017

CYBG bets on fintech as open banking looms

Britain's CYBG Plc said on Tuesday its was focusing its 350 million pound investment budget on digital banking services, helping it get ready for the so-called open banking revolution and compete with the country's "Big Five" lenders.

UPDATE 2-Britain's CYBG bets on fintech as open banking looms

* Investing in digital platform to tackle open banking, competition

BRIEF-CYBG bumps up provisions over legacy conduct costs

* ‍NAB HAS RECOGNISED A CHARGE IN CONNECTION WITH CLAIMS THAT HAVE BEEN, OR ARE EXPECTED TO BE, MADE BY CYBG​

Fitch Affirms CYBG and Clydesdale Bank at 'BBB+'; Outlook Stable

(The following statement was released by the rating agency) LONDON, September 07 (Fitch) Fitch Ratings has affirmed the Long-Term Issuer Default Rating (IDR) of Clydesdale Bank Plc and its parent CYBG PLC, at 'BBB+' with Stable Outlooks. Fitch has also affirmed the entities' Viability Ratings (VR) at 'bbb+'. In addition, Fitch has assigned a 'BBB+(dcr)' Derivative Counterparty Rating (DCR) to Clydesdale Bank as part of its roll-out of DCRs to significant derivative counterparties in western Euro

Lender CYBG says on track for full-year results

CYBG Plc , the lender spun off from National Australia Bank , reported a 2.3 percent rise in net interest income for the nine months to June and said it expects to meet its full-year expectations.

UPDATE 1-Lender CYBG says on track for full-year results

Aug 1 CYBG Plc, the lender spun off from National Australia Bank, reported a 2.3 percent rise in net interest income for the nine months to June and said it expects to meet its full-year expectations.

Lender CYBG says on track for full-year results

Aug 1 CYBG Plc, the lender spun off from National Australia Bank, reported a 2.3 percent rise in net interest income for the nine months to June and said it expects to meet its full-year expectations.

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