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  • Subscriptions Statistical Abstracts 2014 Online

    The BBA has been compiling data for more than 30 years and presenting information to describe the UK banking industry, customer transactions and financial activity.  We are currently segmenting our Read More

  • Subscriptions JMLSG Guidance 2007

    The definitive interpretation of the new 2007 Money Laundering Regulations Code:AE218 Member Price:£40 – Non Member Price £55 Money laundering prevention and compliance continues to evolve. Adherence to the JMLSG Read More

  • Subscriptions BBA VAT Blue Book Online – 2007 Edition

    Code: AE205 This up-to-date version of the VAT Blue Book is, as ever, an invaluable source of information. Its new online format provides subscribers with improved accessibility, enabling important amendments Read More

  • Subscriptions BBA VAT Blue Book Online – renewals

    Code: AE205 – renewal This up-to-date version of the VAT Blue Book is, as ever, an invaluable source of information. Its new online format provides subscribers with improved accessibility, enabling Read More

  • Subscriptions BBA Credit Derivatives Report 2006

    In this, the 6th edition of this well respected, authoritative report, 12 years of data is documented and analysed, giving those working in the credit derivatives arena valuable information on Read More

  • Subscriptions Data Protection – Practical Guidance for Banks

    Member Price: £45 Non-Members Price: £50 Balancing a banker’s duty of confidentiality to customers with the responsibilities under data protection legislation and money laundering legislation requires great care and knowledge. Read More

  • Subscriptions Credit Derivatives Report – 2003/04 – PDF version

    Member Price: £50 + VAT Non-Members Price: £75 + VAT Widely viewed as essential information by the rapidly expanding credit derivatives industry, this year’s report is based on feedback from Read More

  • Subscriptions International Currency Options Market – ICOM terms

    Code: AE013 If you would like more information on this publication please contact our helpline on +44 (0) 20 7216 8900.