Essential spending in June returned to levels seen in 2019 as the UK continues to emerge from lockdown life, according to the latest data from Lloyds Bank.
Published 17 July 2020
Lloyds Bank has announced plans to move further into wealth management and insurance services in its next strategy update.
Published 29 June 2020
Spending on non-essential items improved in May signalling an increase in consumer confidence, according to the latest data from Lloyds Bank.
Published 24 June 2020
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has fined Lloyds Bank, Bank of Scotland and The Mortgage Business a total of £64,046,800 for failures in relation to their handling of mortgage customers in payment difficulties or arrears.
Published 11 June 2020
Lloyds Bank has informed its workforce that it will be cutting 780 full-time branch jobs in its latest round of staff cuts.
Published 26 February 2020
Lloyds Bank has issued a memo on staff treatment due to a drastic rise in complaints to one of its employee unions concerning working conditions across is declining banking network.
Published 3 February 2020
Overall business confidence rose for the fourth consecutive month in December, with Scotland reporting an increase to 11%, according to the latest findings from the Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking Business Barometer.
Published 20 December 2019
Whilst three in four people in the UK who plan to purchase gifts for Christmas do so with a specific budget in mind, research by Lloyds Bank has shown that, despite their good intentions, nearly half (48%), still expect to overspend.
Published 29 November 2019
Business confidence in Scotland decreased by nine points within a month to minus 9%, the Bank of Scotland Business Barometer has indicated.
Published 30 August 2019
The average annual fee for private schooling in Scotland stands at £10,773, up 19 per cent from £9,048 in 2010, according to new analysis from Lloyds Bank.
Published 11 September 2015