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Lloyds Bank says economic outlook has become more challenging
Lloyds Banking Group First-Half Pre-Tax Loss Of 602 Million Pounds
Lloyds Banking Group CEO To Step Down; New Chair Appointed
LLOYDS BANKING GROUP plc financial services company, which provides a range of banking and financial services, focused on personal and commercial customers. The Company’s major business activities are retail, commercial and corporate banking, general insurance, and life, pensions and investment provision. The Company’s services are offered through its brands, including Lloyds Bank, Halifax, Bank of Scotland, and Scottish Widows. Its Retail segment offers a broad range of financial service products to personal and business banking customers, including current accounts, savings, mortgages, credit cards, unsecured loans, motor finance and leasing solutions. Its Commercial banking segment provides clients with a range of products and services such as lending, transaction banking, working capital management, risk management and debt capital markets services. Insurance and Wealth segment offers insurance, investment and wealth management products and services.
25 Gresham Street
Alan P. Dickinson
Non-Executive Deputy Chairman of the Board, Senior Independent Director
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Group Chief Executive, Executive Director
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director
Chief Executive, Scottish Widows and Group Director, Insurance
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Gloomy quarterly results from banks and a clutch of other firms saw the FTSE 100 post its worst session in five weeks on Thursday, while uncertainty about U.S. elections and a collapse in economic growth in the world's largest economy also weighed.
* Ramps up worst-case economic assumptions (Adds analyst, CEO comments)
Gloomy quarterly results from Lloyds Bank and a clutch of other companies led the FTSE 100 lower on Thursday, while AstraZeneca rose after topping analysts' expectations on the back of strong drug sales during coronavirus-driven lockdowns.
Lloyds Banking Group swung to a rare pretax loss in the first half of 2020, after setting aside a bigger than expected 2.4 billion pounds ($3.1 billion) second quarter provision to cover a potential hike in bad loans due to the coronavirus.
Britain's biggest domestic bank Lloyds <LLOY.L> has set a target to increase the number of Black staff in senior roles to at least 3% by 2025 from just 0.6% now.
Lloyds Bank <LLOY.L> Chief Executive António Horta-Osório said on Monday he would step down next year after a decade at the helm, leaving Britain's biggest domestic bank to find a successor to steer it through the coronavirus fallout.
The board of Lloyds Banking Group has devised a management handover that evokes its boss’s slick hair. Well-coiffed Chief Executive António Horta-Osório will leave the 23 billion pound UK bank in 2021, nine months after incoming Chairman Robin Budenberg joins. The smooth...
Lloyds Banking Group Chief Executive Officer António Horta-Osório will step down next year after spending a decade at the helm, the state-backed lender said on Monday as it appointed industry veteran Robin Budenberg as its new chairman.
Britain's biggest domestic bank Lloyds has been fined 64 million pounds ($81.2 million) by the Financial Conduct Authority for mistreating hundreds of thousands of mortgage customers in financial difficulties.
Britain's Financial Conduct Authority said on Thursday it has fined Lloyds Bank 64 million pounds ($81.26 million) for failures in handling mortgage arrears.
Lloyds Banking Group has said it will keep staff on notice of redundancy employed until at least October, as the UK's coronavirus lockdown begins to ease.
Lloyds Banking Group told investors on Friday it would not redeem a 750 million euro ($817.58 million) "CoCo" bond, a move that would have reduced its capital base just as banks face a spike in bad loans during the COVID-19 crisis.
Lloyds Banking Group told investors on Friday it would not redeem a 750 million euro ($817.58 million) contingent convertible (CoCo) bond as it seeks to keep its balance sheet strong in the face of the COVID-19 crisis.
Lloyds Banking Group investors rebelled against the lender's pay policy for top bosses on Thursday, with more than a third of balloted shareholders rejecting its bonus plan.
The Chief Executive of Lloyds Banking Group said the lender was resilient enough to absorb a spike in bad loans through the coronavirus crisis, in a statement at the bank's annual investor meeting on Thursday.
* LLOYDS CEO - SUPPORTING CUSTOMERS THROUGH COVID CRISIS 'RIGHT THING TO DO' BUT WILL HAVE FINANCIAL IMPACT
Aviva on Tuesday named former Lloyds Banking Group finance chief George Culmer as its chairman, as the British insurer grapples with the fallout of the coronavirus crisis.
Lloyds Banking Group <LLOY.L> said it lent more than 1 billion pounds ($1.24 billion) to small businesses on Monday, when a new 100% state-guaranteed loan scheme opened to help the smallest firms weather the economic impact of the coronavirus.
Lloyds Banking Group's <LLOY.L> first quarter pretax profit was all but erased by provisions against expected bad loans due to the coronavirus pandemic, although Britain's biggest bank said on Thursday it was well placed to help with a recovery.
* LLOYDS HAS ARRANGED 3,752 CBILS LOANS TO THE VALUE OF 500 MILLION POUNDS Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Reporting by Lawrence White)
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