Lloyds share sale: retail is quicker, but institutional slicker

With the UK public eyeing the value for money from the government's sale of its stake in Lloyds Banking Group this year, will the involvement of retail investors prove more hassle than it's worth?

  • By Nina Flitman
  • 14 Feb 2014
Almost four months after its flotation, the UK’s Royal Mail was again splashed across newspapers late last week. A freedom of information request from the shadow business secretary had revealed the early valuations of 21 advisers back in May, and there was outrage that some of these estimates ...

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