George Culmer

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Shares in Lloyds fell as much as 5.3% in London, the largest fall since the week of the Brexit vote in 2016. Photograph: Reuters

Lloyds Banking Group shares sank as the lender took an extra charge for a last-minute rush of calls from British customers over missold insurance. T(...)

UK government plans to sell at least £2 billion worth of shares in Lloyds next spring to return the bank to full private ownership following crisis bailout. Photograph: Getty.

Lloyds Banking Group reported weaker than expected third-quarter results on Wednesday, a setback for Britain’s finance ministry which is planning to r(...)

A number of high-profile hotel and leisure assets are connected with the portfolio, including the Lyrath Estate Hotel in Kilkenny (pictured) and the Regency Hotel in Drumcondra in Dublin. Photograph: Dylan Vaughan

Lloyds Banking Group is planning to sell €4.2 billion of face value legacy loans connected with Ireland in what will be one of the biggest such real e(...)

Lloyds Banking , Britain’s biggest mortgage lender, said it will exceed its lending profitability target after first-quarter earnings beat analyst est(...)

While branches “will continue to play an important role,” the bank will cut about 150 outlets over the next three years, it said

Lloyds, Britain’s largest mortgage lender, said third-quarter profit rose 41 per cent, beating analyst estimates, as it announced a three-year plan to(...)

Lloyds, which is 25 per cent owned by the British government, said it made an underlying profit of £1.8 billion in the first quarter. Photograph: Matthew Lloyd/Bloomberg

Pretax profit at Lloyds Banking Group’s rose 22 per cent in the first quarter, lifted by improving margins and falling costs as the bank put in plac(...)

A resumption of dividend payments would make the bank’s shares more attractive to investors and help to smooth government efforts to sell its remaining 33 per cent stake. Photograph:   Peter Macdiarmid

Lloyds Banking Group dashed investors’ hopes of receiving a dividend for 2013 after it took a further £1.8 billion ($3 billion) mis-selling charge tha(...)