Lloyds Banking Group is the largest retail bank in the UK and was previously known as Lloyds TSB until January 2009, when it bought HBOS, holding company for the bank of Scotland and Halifax brands. Lloyds TSB is a Tier One partner for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Group chief executive António Horta-Osório is currently on sick leave.
Ex-Virgin Media CMO takes the reins at new bank to help drive ‘traditional banking’ message.
Lloyds Bank will be positioned as a ‘better bank’ for customers and will follow TSB’s launch on 9 September.
Mobile and online banking customers to earn up to 15 per cent cashback when they shop with participating retailers.
Brands trial technology aimed at streamlining the implementation of their mobile ad campaigns.
Sponsors step up their marketing activity ahead of tonight’s Opening Ceremony for the Paralympic Games.
Sponsors look to profile of the Paralympic Games and Team GB Paralympians.
Member-owned bank says deal will create an ‘ethically-led’ rival that will ‘restore trust’ in sector.
Banking group introduces new complaints handling system in bid to become more ‘customer-centric’.
One of Lloyds Banking Group’s most senior marketers, Joe Clift, has left the company after almost three years.
Head of group sponsorship at Lloyds TSB, Gordon Lott, says the brand is considering the community aspects of its partnership with the Olympics.
The cash it generated from sport sponsorship will soon overtake ticket sales, however brands now need to form commercial relationships and strategic partnerships on the basis of shared objectives rather than awareness.
Lloyds Banking Group’s chief executive, Antonio Horta-Osorio has taken a leave of absence from the state-backed bank due to illness.
The role of the brand researcher is evolving into one that gathers data from diverse parts of the business and turns it into actionable insight to fulfil company objectives.
Lloyds Banking Group has committed to increasing investment in products, loyalty programmes and mobile banking services across its brand portfolio in a bid to become the “best bank for customers”.
Lloyds TSB has been found guilty of running misleading TV ads for its Money Manager product by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA).
Coca-Cola is the most recognised official partner of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games in terms of consumer brand awareness.
Visa and Lloyds TSB are to join Samsung to launch a NFC-enabled mobile handset for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
A bankers group has caved-in to consumer demands to drop its legal fight against a ruling on comepnsation for payment protection insurance (PPI).
Lloyds Banking Group could be forced to sell hundreds more branches than originally intended if the Government follows recommendations set out in an independent report.
Lloyds Banking Group has hired Santander’s UK retail bank boss to lead its Lloyds TSB and Bank of Scotland branch network.
Lloyds Banking Group has handed overall responsibility for the marketing of its retail banking division to Antonio Lorenzo as part of a restructure of its marketing function.
Lloydspharmacy is launching a free in-store customer magazine next month, aiming to use the publication to build brand awareness and customer loyalty.
Lloyds TSB has appointed Proximity to handle its direct marketing account, following a competitive pitch against Wunderman and incumbents Rapier.
Lloyds Banking Group has appointed Santander’s UK boss António Horta-Osório as its new chief executive.
Lloyds Banking Group has topped a list of the most complained about banks so far this year, according to a study by the City watchdog.
Lloyds Banking Group is to rebrand its Lloyds TSB branches, products and services to Lloyds Bank by 2013.
Free newspaper Metro has teamed up with Lloyds TSB for a special supplement today (27 July) to mark the countdown to London 2012.
Part-nationalised Lloyds Banking Group says it returned to profit in the first three months of the year and expects to “sustain the momentum” throughout 2010.
Virgin Money is considering buying Lloyds and Royal Bank of Scotland branches as it looks to bolster its move into retail banking.
Lloyds Banking Group and Royal Bank of Scotland have confirmed the sale of some of their brands and branches to reduce their reliance on taxpayer support.