Lloyds and Co-op proposal aims to facilitate sale of branches

May 2012
Mortgage Strategy;5/21/2012, p008
Trade Publication
The article deals with a hybrid proposal presented by the Lloyds Banking Group and The Co-operative Bank to the Financial Services Authority of Great Britain, which would allow The Co-op to acquire 632 Lloyds group branches.


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