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Lloyds TSB is considering Whessoe Grange Farm in Darlington as a possible site for a new 200,000 sq ft data centre, which would create about 50 jobs.
Lloyds TSB has agreed a £6.2m credit facility with Amber Taverns to expand its Lancashire-based chain of 56 pubs to 110 by 2014.
Lloyds TSB is to acquire HBOS for £12bn, which could lead to the loss of up to 40,000 jobs from the 139,000 combined workforce.
Lloyds TSB is to create 150 new jobs at its telephone banking call centre in Fareham, and is also recruiting 250 staff in Bridgend and Newport, 100 in Brighton and 150 in Glasgow.
Lloyds TSB is to create 150 jobs at its customer call centre in Glasgow's Atlantic Quay.
Lloyds TSB is planning to create 250 new jobs at its call centres in Wales, including 105 at Tredegar Park in Newport.
Lloyds TSB has sold its Abbey Life closed life insurance business to Deutsche Bank for almost £1bn.
Lloyds TSB is to sell Lloyds TSB Registrars, its Worthing-based share registration business with 1,700 staff, to private equity firm Advent International for £550m.
Lloyds TSB Insurance has acquired the general insurance business of Pearl Group, including gross assets of almost £60m.
Lloyds TSB is to move 200 C&G mortgage advisers into its Lloyds TSB bank branches, as part of a strategy to expand its own-branded mortgages business.
Lloyds TSB has sold its banking operations in Paraguay to HSBC for £8.6m, which will involve the transfer of 200 staff at six branches.
Lloyds TSB is to sell its Goldfish credit card business to Morgan Stanley of the US for £1bn.
Lloyds TSB is to set up a new 100,000 sq ft office for its wholesale banking division at 10 Gresham Street in the City of London.
Lloyds TSB is to create about 200 customer service jobs at its insurance operation in Newport, South Wales, over the next four months.
Lloyds TSB is creating 100 jobs at its Shareview stockbroking division in Edinburgh, which could involve the relocation of some staff from London.
Lloyds TSB is setting up a chain of car supermarkets under the Black Horse Car Sales brand, and 50 jobs will be created when a new site opens in Oldbury in January.
Lloyds TSB is to sell its NBNZ Holdings banking and insurance subsidiary in New Zealand to Australia & New Zealand Banking Group for £2.3bn.
Lloyds TSB is to sell part of its Brazilian business to HSBC for £490m, including its consumer lending operation and Banco Multiplo.
Lloyds TSB has announced plans to outsource more of its back office operations to India, with the creation of 1,400 jobs by the end of next year.
Lloyds TSB is to create 600 part-time jobs at its call centre in Newcastle-upon-Tyne over the next year.
Lloyds TSB is to sell its French private banking and fund management operations to UBS of Switzerland for undisclosed terms.
Lloyds TSB is to buy two contract fleet hire businesses, which lease 73,000 cars to large companies, from Abbey National for £46m.
Lloyds TSB is to relocate the headquarters of its Black Horse financial services business and 1,000 staff from Cardiff's Newport Road to the new St William House scheme in 2003.
Lloyds TSB has acquired CashFriday, the Gloucester-based provider of funding and payroll services to the temporary recruitment sector, for £10m, in order to expand its Lloyds TSB Commercial Finance operation.
Lloyds TSB Insurance has bought the brand name of Screentrade.co.uk, the online insurance broker, from Misys for undisclosed terms.
Lloyds TSB is planning to create 500 more jobs at its call centre in Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
Lloyds TSB has started recruiting more than 250 new staff for its call centre at Tredegar Park in Newport.
Lloyds TSB has announced plans to set up a new wealth management division called Create, which will enable affluent investors to consolidate all their financial products into a single account.
Lloyds TSB has announced that 1,000 jobs will be created at a new call centre in Pencoed near Bridgend next year, which is more than double the number originally planned.
Lloyds TSB is to set up a new banking call centre in Pencoed, Bridgend, next year, with the creation of more than 400 jobs.
Lloyds TSB is creating 170 new jobs at its mortgage unit in Scunthorpe, taking staff numbers to more than 400.
Lloyds TSB is forming a £20m joint venture with Antfactory called Valuefactory Ventures, which will set up internet businesses in the financial services sector.
Lloyds TSB Commercial Finance is to set up a new headquarters for its Alex Lawrie financial services business at the Banbury Cross Business Park in Banbury later this year.
Lloyds TSB is to launch an internet bank called Evolvebank later this year, employing up to 100 staff at a call centre in Glasgow.
Lloyds TSB is planning to set up a telephone banking customer service centre at the Sunderland Enterprise Park, with the creation of 500 jobs, and a similar facility will also be developed in Newcastle.
Lloyds TSB is to acquire Scottish Widows for £7bn, and a new division will be set up in Edinburgh to combine their life, pensions, and unit trust operations.
Lloyds TSB is acquiring three leasing subsidiaries from National Westminster Bank - NatWest Leasing Industries, NatWest Machinery Finance, and NatWest Specialist Finance - for £11m.
Lloyds TSB is to acquire the Bank of Scotland's Countrywide Bank subsidiary in New Zealand in a deal thought to be worth about £300m, and will now be able to challenge Westpac for market leadership.
Paragon Group has bought Universal Credit, the consumer finance business, from Lloyds TSB for £25m.
Lloyds TSB is selling International Factors, the US-based provider of factoring and invoice discounting services, to BNY Financial Corp and expects to make a £160m profit on the deal.
Lloyds TSB has sold Business Technology Finance, the leasing finance company, to Newcourt Credit of Canada for £235m, in order to focus on its core retail banking business.
Lloyds TSB has sold its 90% stake in Schroder Munchmeyer Hengst, the German bank, to Union Bank of Switzerland for £100m, as SMH's focus on investment banking does not fit Lloyds' focus on retail banking.
Lloyds TSB is to sell Hill Samuel Bank's corporate finance department to Close Brothers for undisclosed terms, with the remainder of the subsidiary being integrated into Lloyds TSB.
Lloyds Abbey Life is selling its German insurance subsidiary Transatlantische Lebensversicherungs for £50m following a three-year search for a buyer.