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
“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 Association of Foreign Banks is greatly saddened by the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Her Majesty’s lifetime of service and duty stands as an example to us all. We extend our deepest sympathies to The Royal Family. His Majesty
Dr Clare Taylor, Sir Roger Gifford’s widow, will be hosting a service to dedicate a memorial plaque to Sir Roger Gifford on Wednesday 3rd August at 18:00 at the church of St Mary-le-Bow. Sir Roger Gifford, Lord Mayor of the City of London in 2012-13, who died on 25 May
PT Bank Negara Indonesia (Persero) (BNI) was established in 1946 as a state-owned bank. BNI operates primarily in Indonesia providing retail, private, business, corporate and investment banking products and services. BNI has been present in London since 1985. In 2006 BNI London became a wholesale bank specializing
Banking Circle is a Payments bank for the new economy – delivering payments and banking services by connecting to the world’s clearing systems. Through Banking Circle, Banks, Payments businesses and Marketplaces can access a range of global services including multi-currency bank accounts, cross-border payments and FX – all underpinned by
The AFB Annual Review 2021 is now available for members. The review looks back on the highlights of what was a challenging , but successful year for UK banking and the AFB by showcasing the breadth of the AFB offer and the value we provide to our members.
Bill Smith, AFB Chair has written to all AFB Members, Partners and Stakeholders to announce the resignation of AFB CEO, Dr Catherine Raines. A copy of the letter can be found here