Lloyds Bank

Lloyds Bank

Lloyds Bank plc is a retail and commercial bank in the UK. It was established in 1765 in Birmingham City, UK. The bank is considered among the “big four” clearing banks in the country.

Services provided in the UK:

The bank provides various banking and financial services to its customers in the UK.

Customers enjoy retail banking, consumer finance, personal loans, mortgage loans, and insurance products and services among others.

Customers can benefit from the services of the bank by using their phones, internet, ATM, or by visiting the bank’s branches.

Number of Employees in the UK: 45,856

Number of Customers in the UK: 30 million

Cities with the bank’s branches:

London, Brighton, Birmingham, Manchester, Banbury, Leeds, High Wycombe, Bradford, Briston, Orpington, Cambridge, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Edinburg, Huddersfield, Guildford, Oxford, Leicester, Maidenhead, Coventry, Poole, Bromley, Sheffield, Newbury, Enfield, Bournemouth, Ipswich, and Liverpool.

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