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Full CMA competition recommends a full review of UK banking sector

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has announced a recommendation that a full competition inquiry into banks in the UK is required, a review which will include current accounts and business lending.
Alex Chisholm, the CMA chief executive, says it is vital that the banking sector operates properly as it should do in order best value for consumers is achieved,
As such a full eighteen month investigation is being proposed, with the process starting with a consultation, and the CMA will take a final decision in the autumn, if or not to continue with a full-scale more in-depth review.
Main areas of concern are:

The number of consumers shopping around and switching between banks remained low - just 3% a year for personal accounts.

Many customers see little difference between the largest banks in terms of the range of services they offer.

Current account overdraft charges were found to be very complex, making it harder for bank customers to choose the cheapest or most appropriate accounts.
'Free' banking may be distorting competition.

It is still difficult for newer and smaller 'challenger' banks to get into the industry and become rivals to the 'big 5', particularly in areas outside of England where rules are different, such as Scotland and Northern Ireland.

In theory, depending on the outcome of the review, the CMA could order a break-up of UK's biggest banks. The big four being - Barclays, RBS, HSBC and Lloyds - who currently have a 77% share of the current account market.

Both RBS - which is divesting itself of Williams and Glyn- and Lloyds, which has already split off its TSB part of the business, are already smaller than they were.

It is likely a forced break up would not be proposed by the CMA, but probably an approach where it is suggested banking organisations come up with solutions for the areas of concern, and if not, then the CMA may step in using its powers to change the way the sector operates.
The CMA also is wanting to focus on "behavioural" changes, which is the ethos that fundamentally underpins the organisation and influences the way staff at all levels think and operate, and what kind of attitude towards customers they have.
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