Lloyds Eyes Exit From Asset Scheme

Lloyds Banking Group said it was looking at ways to leave or reduce its participation in a state scheme to insure its toxic assets, according to Reuters.

  • 09 Oct 2009
Lloyds Banking Group said it was looking at ways to leave or reduce its participation in a state scheme to insure its toxic assets, according to Reuters. The statement came after reports the bank plans to raise £25 billion ($39.67 billion). Leaving the asset protection scheme entirely may ...

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