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Lloyds Banking Group PLC (LYG.N)

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MOVES-Lloyds hires ex-StanChart exec as managing director

Sept 22 Lloyds Banking Group Plc named Scott Barton managing director, mid markets, of it its commercial banking unit, effective Nov. 1.

Lloyds bank tops complaints league in Britain

LONDON, Sept 5 Complaints about banks and insurers in Britain rose in the first half of 2017 with the figures still dominated by loan insurance as a compensation deadline for mis-selling is publicised, the Financial Ombudsman Service said on Tuesday.

Lloyds appoints MBNA boss to lead credit card growth push-source

LONDON, Sept 4 Lloyds Banking Group will announce on Monday the boss of a credit card business bought by the lender will lead a push into expanding its card business in an effort to boost profit and reduce its reliance on mortgage lending.

BRIEF-Lloyds Banking introduces changes to lending policy

* LLOYDS BANKING - INTRODUCED CHANGES TO ITS LENDING POLICY ON NEW BUILD PROPERTIES IN ORDER TO PROVIDE GREATER CHOICE FOR HOMEBUYERS AND THEIR ADVISERS

MOVES-Lloyds names McDougall head of commercial real estate team

Aug 8 Lloyds Banking Group Plc's commercial banking division on Tuesday named Madeleine McDougall as head of its real estate team.

Lloyds is a good bank in a bad place

LONDON (Reuters Breakingviews) - Lloyds is a good bank in a bad place: Britain. The UK lender beat earnings expectations in the second quarter. The productivity of its loan book is rising and costs are falling relative to income. If it weren’t for fears about Britain’s exit from the European Union, and a seemingly bottomless pit of charges for past bad behaviour, Lloyds could be worth 10 percent more. Sadly, what is matters more to investors than what might be.

UPDATE 2-Lloyds bank posts biggest half-year profit since 2009

* CEO says no intention of leaving the bank (Adds shares, CEO comment)

BRIEF-Lloyds banking group ceo says "i have no intention of going anywhere" in response to speculation over departure

* Lloyds banking group ceo says "i have no intention of going anywhere" in response to speculation over departure Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

BRIEF-Lloyds to pay 283 mln stg in compensation over mortgage fees

* Britain's FCA says Lloyds to set up redress scheme for mortgage customers who incurred fees after they fell behind with their mortgage payments

British TV personality Edmonds demands $392 million compensation for Lloyds HBOS' unit fraud

LONDON British TV presenter and former disc jockey Noel Edmonds has more than quadrupled the damages he is seeking from Lloyds Banking Group to 300 million pounds ($392 million) as he steps up a 12-year demand for compensation.

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