Lloyds Bank

Our journey begins in 1765 with a Birmingham button maker and an iron dealer. We’ve grown a bit since then, but through booms, recessions and recoveries, we’ve always believed in the value and power of relationships – and what these can do for our customers.

Today, more than 240 years on, we help our customers get to where they want to be in life by delivering expert relationship banking.

We are a financial services group focused on retail and commercial customers - with millions of customers in the UK, and a presence in nearly every community. It is our role to help businesses and individuals, while making a positive contribution to the communities in which we operate.
Type
Subsidiary
Parent Company
Lloyds Banking Group
HQ
London, GB
Founded
1765
Lloyds Bank was founded in 1765 and is headquartered in London, GB

Key People at Lloyds Bank

António Horta-Osório

António Horta-Osório

Executive Director and Group Chief Executive
Juan Colombás

Juan Colombás

Executive Director and Chief Risk Officer
George Culmer

George Culmer

Executive Director and Chief Financial Officer
Lord Blackwell

Lord Blackwell

Chariman
Anita Frew

Anita Frew

Deputy Chairman and Independent Director
Dyfrig John CBE

Dyfrig John CBE

Independent Director
Anthony Watson CBE

Anthony Watson CBE

Senior Independent Director
Sara Weller CBE

Sara Weller CBE

Independent Director

Lloyds Bank Office Locations

Lloyds Bank has offices in London, Edinburgh, Cambridge, Luton and in 132 other locations
London, GB (HQ)
25 Gresham Street
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1765
Lloyds Bank is a subsidiary of Lloyds Banking Group

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Lloyds is out of taxpayers' hands: Here's what four City analysts think

Nine years after it first bailed out the lender, Lloyds finally passed out of public ownership today, after the government sold its final stake.  Although taxpayers seem relieved, it provoked some ire, with one group of disgruntled former HBOS shareholders accusing the government of "gloating" ab…

Shareholder group suing Lloyds Bank unhappy with "gloating" government

A group of more than 6,000 shareholders suing Lloyds Banking Group has condemned the government for “gloating” about its profit from selling off the lender. Lloyds returned to full private ownership this morning after it was bailed out by the taxpayer at the height of the financial crisis. The…

Lloyds shares are gaining ground after the government sold the last of its stake in the bank

LONDON — Shares in Lloyds Banking Group are gaining a little ground on Wednesday morning after it was confirmed that the British government has sold its final portion of the company's stock. The news was first reported by several media outlets late on Tuesday afternoon, but …

The government has now officially sold all its Lloyds Bank shares

The government has sold its final stake in bailed-out lender Lloyds Bank, with the exchequer receiving £900m more than its original investment nine years ago. The Treasury put in £20.3bn to save the ailing bank at the height of the financial crisis. And this morning Lloyds Bank confirmed the s…

Banks get a headache from bonus fatigue

Global hedge fund bosses are receiving their lowest pay in a over a decade, while bankers in London are increasingly unhappy about the size of their bonuses. I know, I know – cry me a river. But while pay levels in high finance may not trigger sympathy among the broader British public, it is impo…

Lloyds is set to confirm the government has sold its final stake

The UK's largest high street lender, Lloyds Banking Group, will tomorrow confirm the government sold its remaining stake nine years after its bail-out. The Treasury sold its final shares in Lloyds in the late hours of trading today, meaning Lloyds will be freed from partial state ownership for th…
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