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Lloyds Banking Group PLC (LLOY.L)

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Fri, Apr 21 2017

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Britain draws line under Lloyds rescue with $26 billion recovery

LONDON Taxpayers have recouped all of the 20.3 billion pounds ($26 billion)invested in the bailout of Lloyds Banking Group during the 2008 financial crisis, Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond said on Friday.

UPDATE 2-Britain's Lloyds to compensate fraud victims with $125 mln scheme

* Lloyds appoints lawyer to probe its handling of case (Adds victim statement)

Lloyds to take 100 mln stg charge for HBOS fraud compensation

LONDON, April 7 Lloyds Banking Group will set aside about 100 million pounds ($124.51 million) to compensate customers who were victims of a fraud for which six people were jailed earlier this year, it said on Friday.

Lloyds Banking Group to close 100 branches and cut over 325 jobs

LONDON Lloyds Banking Group plans to close a further 100 branches resulting in the loss of over 325 jobs, the bank said on Wednesday, as part of a strategy to reduce costs.

UPDATE 1-Lloyds Banking Group to close 100 branches and cut over 325 jobs

LONDON, April 5 Lloyds Banking Group plans to close a further 100 branches resulting in the loss of over 325 jobs, the bank said on Wednesday, as part of a strategy to reduce costs.

Lloyds to close 100 branches, over 200 jobs eliminated - union

LONDON, April 5 Lloyds Banking Group plans to close a further 100 branches resulting in the loss of over 200 jobs, according to the Unite trade union.

British government cuts stake in Lloyds Bank to below 2 pct

LONDON, April 3 The British government has reduced its holding in Lloyds Banking Group PLC to less than 2 percent, putting the lender on track to be in full private ownership within weeks.

BRIEF-British government cuts stake in Lloyds to below 2 percent

* Government has continued to sell shares in Lloyds Banking Group, reducing its remaining shareholding to less than 2 percent

Lloyds appoints businessman to review HBOS fraud compensation claims

LONDON, March 20 Lloyds Banking Group on Monday said it appointed a businessman to review the cases of British companies which lost out in a 245 million pound ($304 million) fraud for which six people were jailed earlier this year.

BRIEF-Lloyds Banking Group names next chairman of audit committee

* Simon Henry, independent non-exec director, will succeed Nick Luff as chairman of audit committee with effect from May 1, 2017

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