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- Lloyds chief Horta-Osorio ‘ready to return'. Norman, Tessa // Mortgage Strategy (Online Edition);12/8/2011, p1
The article focuses on the reports of the British Broadcasting Corp. (BBC) regarding the decision of Lloyds Banking Group chief executive Antonio Horta-Osorio to return to work following his stress-related leave of absence at the beginning of November 2011.
- Lloyds boss set for Â£4.4m bonus. Holt, Natalie // Mortgage Strategy (Online Edition);1/14/2013, p10
The article reports on the eligibility of Lloyds Banking Group chief executive Antonio Horta-Osorio for the bonus of up to 4.4 million British pounds as of January 2013, despite Lloyds being expected to report a 2012 loss of 1.4 billion British pounds, due to losses on corporate loans and costs...
- HIT OR MISS? // PRWeek (London);1/20/2012, p4
The article comments on the decision of Lloyds Banking Group chief executive officer (CEO) Antonio Horta-Osorio for refusing to accept the bonus worth 2.4 million U.S. dollars in 2011 because of the two-month leave of absence he took due to severe insomnia.
- Financials make up 40% of FTSE's top movers - time for another look? Scott, Philip // Fundweb;6/13/2013, p10
The article presents information on the performance of FTSE 100 Index. The index is reported to be trending upwards, with a 13.5% gain over the past year. It is stated that banks, asset managers and life offices are leading the way with 40%. Antonio Horta-Osorio, the chief executive officer...
- Horta-Osorio wants law changed to force claims firms to meet bogus PPI. Holt, Natalie // Money Marketing;2/7/2013, p7
The article reports on the move by Lloyds Banking Group chief executive officer Antonio Horta-Osorio to write to British Justice Secretary Chris Grayling to propose a change in the law that covers the cost of lodging invalid or bogus payment protection insurance (PPI) misselling claims.
- We need direct action against the claim firms. // Money Marketing;2/7/2013, p35
In the article, the author discusses the developments in the financial services sector in Great Britain, particularly the move by Lloyds' Antonio Horta-Osorio to write to Justice Secretary Chris Grayling asking that firms should cover the cost of bogus Financial Ombudsman Service claims.
- The mortgage mole. // Mortgage Strategy;1/16/2012, p62
The article comments on the news related to the mortgage lending sector in Great Britain. It discusses Football team Chelsea captain John Terry's story who has allegedly remortgaged his property four times. It also discusses the news that Lloyds Banking Group chief executive Antonio Horta-Osorio...
- Has Lloyds turned crisis into disaster? Hilton, Anthony // PRWeek (London);12/2/2011, p16
The author offers his opinion on the predicament of Lloyds Banking Group PLC wherein its chief executive officer (CEO) Antonio Horta-Osorio took a sick leave which resulted to a decline in shares and negatively affected the company's credibility.
- Leadership Derailers: Three keep leaders up at night. Lipkin, Nicole // Leadership Excellence Essentials;Nov2013, Vol. 30 Issue 11, p6
The article discusses the factors that derail leaders from being a good boss to a bad one. Leaders who usually get derailed are described as those who are too busy to win, too proud to see and too afraid to lose. To illustrate this, it relates the experience of Antonio Horta-Osorio, chief...