Lloyds of London

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Lloyds had £4.5 billion (€5.1 billion) of Irish retail loans as of the end of 2016, according to stock exchange filings. Photograph: Andrew Matthews/PA Wire

Lloyds Banking Group is actively considering the sale its remaining €5 billion-plus Irish mortgage book early next year in a move that would end its d(...)

Noel Edmonds: seeking financial redress from Lloyds Banking Group after falling victim to fraud at the hands of former staff at HBOS Reading. Photograph: PA Wire

British television star Noel Edmonds is set to take legal action against Lloyds Banking Group in an effort to secure as much as £300 million (€336 mil(...)

In London, equities closed at nearly six-week lows, dragged down by financial sector shares and ceding earlier gains fuelled by the weak pound. Photograph: PA

European shares dipped on the back of speculation over British political instability and the possible effect of this on Brexit talks. In London, equ(...)

Apple hit a record high on Friday on strong demand for its iPhone X handsets. Photograph: Lucas Jackson/Reuters

The standout European market news on the last day of the trading week was the FTSE reaching an all-time high following Thursday’s bank of England inte(...)

Bank of Ireland chief executive Francesca McDonagh leaves the Department of Finance after being called to it over tracker mortgage issues. Photograph: Leah Farrell/RollingNews.ie

As Ireland’s five main home lenders issued a flurry of press statements on Wednesday on how they planned to draw a line under a tracker-mortgage scan(...)

Lloyds has grown in riskier consumer finance with the acquisition of Bank of America’s MBNA UK credit card division. Photograph: Luke MacGregor/Reuters

Lloyds Banking Group, Britain’s largest mortgage lender, increased its quarterly impairments by almost a third. Loan impairments rose to £270 million(...)

L-R: Permanent TSB chief executive Jeremy Masding, incoming Bank of Ireland chief executive Francesca McDonagh and KBC chief executive Wim VerBraeken. Photograph: Collins and Rollingnews.ie

Central Bank governor Philip Lane has said he remains concerned about tracker-mortgage overcharging that some banks continue to ignore, even as he exp(...)

Tracker mortgage scandal: the Central Bank has said it continues to encounter great difficulty getting full disclosure from some banks. Photograph: Yves Herman/Reuters

The tracker mortgage scandal has engulfed most of Ireland’s mortgage lenders and, in its report this week, the Central Bank said it continued to encou(...)

A sign for a Lloyds TSB bank branch, as shareholders begin a High Court battle today for £600 million damages from Lloyds Banking Group. Photograph: Peter Byrne/PA Wire

Lloyds Banking Group mugged shareholders into agreeing to the “catastrophic” HBOS deal struck at the height of the global financial crisis, a lawyer r(...)

 Minister of State with responsibility for financial services Michael D’Arcy: he rejected suggestions that Ireland is being overly cautious in its approach to financial regulation, thereby costing Ireland post-Brexit investment.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Minister for State with special responsibility for financial services and insurance Michael D’Arcy has countered suggestions that Ireland is taking a(...)

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