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Sun Capital still mulling Lloyds bank branch bid

Sources close to financier Hugh Osmond have quashed weekend reports that he was pulling out of the bidding for the 632 branches being sold by Lloyds Banking Group.

Lloyds faces activist ambush at AGM over new chief's £13.4m golden hello

AN INVESTOR rebellion looms for Lloyds Banking Group at its Glasgow AGM this week over the controversial £13.4 million golden hello for new chief executive Antonio Horta-Osorio.

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Q&A: Ground rules for claims and how to pursue them

Q How do I know if I was mis-sold a PPI policy?

Bank customers to recoup billions as lenders finally admit mis-selling

MILLIONS of customers who have wrongly been sold insurance when taking out a bank loan will between them receive billions of pounds in compensation - after the body representing the UK's financial institutions said it would not appeal a legal ruling.

Lloyds shareholders want perjury charges over HBOS merger case

A SHAREHOLDER action group has asked government law officers to see if perjury was committed during court proceedings in which a case brought to prevent the merger of Lloyds TSB and HBOS collapsed.

Lloyds and Grainger set to do business

Lloyds Banking Group is eyeing a deal with the UK's largest-listed housing landlord, Grainger, aimed at restoring the value of the bank's housing portfolio which was hit hard by the credit crisis.

Lloyds ponders £7bn sale of city's Scottish Widows

TAXPAYER-backed Lloyds Banking Group is considering a sale of its pensions and insurance business Scottish Widows.

Lloyds Banking Group may sell Scottish Widows

TAXPAYER-backed Lloyds Banking Group is considering a sale of its pensions and insurance business Scottish Widows, it was reported today.

MPs hit out at 'alarming' lack of transparency from banks

A TREASURY committee today slammed Royal Bank of Scotland and Lloyds Banking Group for lack of transparency despite the two banks receiving billions in government support.

Horta-Osorio eyes St James's sell off

Lloyds Banking Group is again reported to be considering selling off its majority stake in up-market financial services group St James's Place as it offloads parts of HBOS.

Unions launch fresh attack as Lloyds job losses hit a 'staggering' 22,000

Banking giant Lloyds has come under fresh attack from union leaders after announcing a further 325 job losses as part of its "ongoing integration programme".

Lloyds: The biggest loser

A cloud hangs over Lloyds after ICB's call for further branch closures

Lloyds parts with Kier Group stake for £91m

Lloyds Banking Group is offloading its stake in a property joint venture with Kier Group, the construction and development firm, for £91 million.

Lloyds to fire warning shot against forced sale of branches

LLOYDS Banking Group is set to argue that if it is forced to divest hundreds more branches on top of the 600 ordered by the European Commission it could backfire on Britain's hard-pressed mutual sector.

Livid Lloyds bosses defiant over banking report

THE Lloyds Banking Group has strongly criticised a major report into the future of banking in the UK, warning that its recommendations "go too far" and ultimately could delay another competitor in the market.

Shares bounce on banks report

THE City breathed a huge sigh of relief yesterday as the initial findings of a government- commissioned report into the banking industry spared its worst fears, sending many bank shares up sharply.

Who's who of banking watchdog

Sir John Vickers, chairman

Breaking up the banks … Review set to say HBOS takeover was a mistake

AN INTERIM report into a review of the banking sector is expected to conclude today that allowing Lloyds Banking Group to take over HBOS was a mistake because it left the bank with too much market share.

Martin Flanagan: ICB report is no damp squib, but is short of being a firecracker

LLOYDS Banking Group gets a kicking, other major UK banks slouch away with mild bruising and probably a private "phew" of relief. That's the obvious inference from the provisional conclusions of the Independent Commission on Banking.

Lloyds' ship coming in for £6bn sale of loans

Lloyds Banking Group stonewalled City speculation yesterday that it is in advanced talks with a string of suitors for its portfolio of about $10 billion (£6bn) of shipping industry loans.

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