AFB welcomes the Chancellor’s focus in today’s Spring Budget on increasing economic growth, against the backdrop of an improved economic outlook. We support in particular the proposal to introduce full capital expensing for investment in plant and machinery. We also support the measures
On 23 November 2022, AFB, as a partner member of the Financial Services Skills Commission (FSSC), attended the launch of the expanded Future Skills Framework, which you can access on its website here. The online tool has been updated for 2022 with five
“The Chancellor had a difficult job balancing stability, growth and public services, but his statement today will reassure international investors. The changes to the Bank Surcharge and the increase of the threshold help international banks in the UK to compete internationally.
“AFB welcomes today’s Government announcement on making the City more internationally competitive. These changes will benefit non-UK headquartered banks, which play a vital role in helping the UK deliver on its ambitions for the economy, jobs and growth. They align with one of our members’
The AFB welcomes the announcement in the Queen’s Speech of a new Financial Services and Markets Bill. We support the objective of the Bill – to maintain and enhance the UK’s position as a global leader in financial services – and the proposed measures, including updating the objectives
We are delighted to invite you to the AFB’s Annual Regulatory Conference in partnership with Latham & Watkins on 13 May 2021. The conference will focus on the changing regulatory environment following the end of the transition period and the prospect of differing regulations in the UK and the
The AFB is privileged and proud to present insights and experience from three of our most senior female bankers: Patricia Galloway, Katherine Garrett-Cox & Tamira Treffers-Herrera. These three highly successful role-models were all interviewed by Dr Catherine Raines, the CEO of the Association of Foreign Banks. Their insights and advice