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Lloyds’ ‘By your side’ complaint could change ad sanctions

The UK’s Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) is reported to be investigating Lloyds Bank’s ‘By your side’ ad slogan following a complaint by Keystone Law which is representing TV presenter Noel Edmonds in a dispute with the bank over the actions ...

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Is it time the Lloyds Bank black horse was put out to grass?

Lloyds Bank’s black horse is back in its latest outing from adam&eveDDB but this time there’s a whole herd of them thundering along what looks like a Dorset beach. To be met gratefully by the local peasants – sorry customers. ...

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Lloyds Bank finally makes its way to adam&eveDDB

Adam&eveDDB seems to have won the Lloyds Bank account, one of the UK’s biggest at about £100m, from WPP’s RKCR/Y&R. In some ways this is the least surprising news of the year, Lloyds has always been a fan of A&E ...

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WPP forms special ‘Green Team’ for Lloyds re-pitch

The forthcoming Lloyds Bank pitch is shaping up to be UK adland’s version of the gunfight at the O.K. Corral, the notorious shoot-out between the Earp brothers and their opponents from a loose confederation of outlaws, the Cowboys. In this ...

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Adam&eve back in the saddle for Lloyds Bank’s 250th

When Lloyds Bank finally got its man – adam&eveDDB to work on its 250th anniversary – it was probably hoping for some John Lewis-style magic. Well this is what it got – a tale of boys and girls and their ...

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Lloyds takes the Groucho Marx approach to banking

Most agencies would die for a big bank account (that’s a big bank ad account) and then, if they land one, probably die a lingering death as they tried to persuade the client to engage with its audience in a ...

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Scottish Widow returns with (not much of) a plan

I’ve always been rather mystified by the supposedly iconic Scottish Widow – maybe an actress in a black costume counts for superior branding in the over-complex insurance market. Anyway the gal is back – for the first time in six ...

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