Lloyds Banking Group
Standard Life Aberdeen challenges Lloyds over axed £109bn contract
Standard Life Aberdeen has challenged Lloyd Banking Group’s decision to pull out of a £109bn contract, arguing that there are no material competition concerns.
Lloyds hands £1bn to shareholders after ‘landmark year’
Lloyds Banking Group has promised a £1bn share buyback, following a “landmark year” which saw it return to private ownership and profit rise 24%.
Failed Scottish Widows merger behind Lloyds’ £109bn exit
A failed merger between Lloyds Banking Group’s subsidiary Scottish Widows and Standard Life Aberdeen’s pension and assurance arm was behind the FTSE 100 bank’s decision to terminate its contract with the fund group, it was revealed over the weekend.
Barclays’ loss sparks fears ‘good bank is getting worse’
Barclays seems to have got a handle on its “bad bank”, but it nevertheless swung to a loss over the first half of the year, leaving analysts feeling “the good bank is getting worse”.
PA ANALYSIS: Lloyds free from government shackles but still chained by Brexit
Lloyds may have paid back its debt to the UK government but its future is still chained to the Brexit outcome.