A new Lloyds Bank for the 21st century
Lloyds Bank and TSB merged in 1995 to create Lloyds TSB Group one of the largest forces in British domestic banking. The new group continued to expand, and in 2000 acquired Scottish Widows, which itself has a long heritage, dating back to 1815 and the Napoleonic Wars. In 2009 Lloyds Banking Group was formed when Lloyds TSB Group acquired HBOS whose own roots stretch back to 1695 through the Bank of Scotland brand. On 9 September 2013 Lloyds TSB once again became two separate banks - Lloyds Bank and TSB Bank.
2013 marked the re-emergence of Lloyds Bank as a modern bank, steeped in tradition, committed to brilliant service and helping UK consumers and businesses prosper.
For the moments that matter
With over 1,300 high street branches backed by online, mobile and telephone banking, and a network of Commercial Banking and Private Banking relationship managers, Lloyds Bank serves millions of customers.
At the heart of Lloyds Bank is our focus on the things that matter to our customers, and to Britain: homes; business growth; jobs; and communities.
Lloyds Bank is one of the UK’s leading retail and commercial banks. The bank has a long and proud history of helping the people of Britain with the things that matter most to them. Committed to people and businesses Lloyds Bank offers a comprehensive range of financial products and services – including current accounts, savings, mortgages, loans and credit cards. The Bank’s private banking team helps service the needs of the wealthiest customers, while its network of over a hundred commercial banking offices supports businesses of all sizes. Lloyds Bank can proudly say it is the UK’s biggest funder of start-up finance for small businesses.
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