Lloyds Banking Group has announced nearly 4,000 job cuts in the 18 months since the Government sold off its stake in the lender to take it fully private.
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Noel Edmonds has launched an astonishing attack on the Archbishop of Canterbury, branding him a “reincarnation of evil” for failing to meet with HBOS fraud victims and investing in Lloyds Banking Group.
Lloyds Banking Group is to axe another 15 branches as is presses ahead with efforts to restructure the business.
Barclays has opened its doors to a small business lobby group that hopes regular meetings with some of the UK’s largest banks will help avoid another major scandal like the HBOS Reading case.
Lloyds Banking Group will cull another 380 jobs as part of efforts to reorganise the business.
Noel Edmonds is set to file his long-awaited legal case against Lloyds Banking Group within weeks as the TV star pursues the lender for £64 million.
Lloyds Banking Group has thanked a cost-cutting drive for helping deliver a 23% rise in half-year profits, despite taking a restructuring charge and a £550 million hit from the payment protection insurance (PPI) scandal.
Lloyds could set aside millions more to address payment protection insurance (PPI) misselling claims this week when it reports results alongside banking peers Barclays and RBS.
TV star Noel Edmonds has said Lloyds Banking Group should be “very concerned” about its reputation after a survey he commissioned found 80% of its customers want senior management to be held accountable for fraud at HBOS.
Sainsbury’s was forced to defend its incoming chairman after a shareholder raised questions over his involvement in Lloyds’ disastrous takeover of HBOS.
Noel Edmonds has warned that Lloyds Banking Group will have to pay out significantly more compensation to victims of fraud at HBOS Reading, as the TV star prepares to take his £64 million battle with the lender to court.
Lloyds Banking Group has delivered a £3.2billion bumper payout for investors and handed its boss a £6.4million pay package after reporting a record annual profits haul.
TV star Noel Edmonds has secured funding to pursue Lloyds Banking Group through the courts as he seeks up to £60million in compensation from the lender.
Lloyds Banking Group (LBG) has pledged to support another 5,000 first-time exporters, helping them to follow in the footsteps of north businesses Hebridean Spa and Cairngorm Brewery.
The Aberdeen office of wealth manager St James’s Place (SJP) has smashed through the £1billion barrier of assets under management (AuM).
Stewart Milne Group said it has secured a three year, £185million banking facility as part of its long-term growth strategy.
Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) across the north and north-east are being urged to join a new legion of Scottish exporters and help the nation’s economy to thrive.
North-east law firm Aberdein Considine has further diversified its business outside the region having secured new corporate and public sector clients.
Companies with more than 250 employees will have to publish the difference between the pay of male and female employees under new rules to be announced by the UK government today.
Inverness firm PDG Helicopters is under new ownership after the sale of a majority stake by the family which built its fortune from some of Britain's best-known biscuits.
A competition watchdog probe into small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) banking is a chance to end a duopoly in the market in Scotland, a business chief said yesterday.
Finance giants who threatened to move their head offices south of the border if referendum voters chose independence were quick to commit themselves to Scotland after the No verdict.
Britain's "big four" lenders are facing a full-scale competition probe over personal accounts and small business banking under plans set out by the watchdog yesterday.
Britain's finance ministry mistakenly released potentially market-moving information today and blamed a website error for erroneously saying it planned to sell £4 billion pounds of shares in Lloyds Banking Group.