Lloyds’ Investors Launch £2 Bln Claim

Investors in Lloyds Banking Group are seeking £2 billion ($3 billion) in compensation as a result of a pledge by Chancellor Alistair Darling to sell government shares in the firm.

  • 29 Mar 2010
Investors in Lloyds Banking Group are seeking £2 billion ($3 billion) in compensation as a result of a pledge by Chancellor Alistair Darling to sell government shares in the firm. The investor group, called Lloyds Action Now, says it is suing on behalf of 800,000 private shareholders who ...

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