Tag Archives: lloyds

Lloyds takes its next step in adam&eve brand debut

Banks are pretty keen on journeying through life at the moment – or telling us that we’d better have them handily by our side when we do. Hardly surprising when most of leave our accounts where they are for decades, ...

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What will be the clinching factor in £100m Lloyds pitch?

A popular summer game, I’m told, is getting up before your competitors to place your towel on the best sun lounger by the hotel pool. At the recent Cannes Lions ad festival there was a similar game, although you need ...

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Lloyds finally pitches adam&eve against Y&R

Sooner or later there was bound to a face-off between incumbent RKCR?Y&R and adam&eveDDB for Lloyds Bank. The A&E crew worked on the business at Y&R and, five years since James Murphy, David Golding and Ben Priest broke away, it’s ...

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UK bank changes give a boost to Engine Group

You can’t keep British banks out of the news – this morning we had the Government flogging six per cent of its stake in Lloyds for £3.2bn (bit cheap that) and Barclays being fingered for overcharging interest (so that’s another ...

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New bank TSB launches with local love fest by Joint

The UK finally has a new bank, the cornerstone of the Government’s banking policy, although it’s arrived rather by accident. Lloyds Banking Group was told by the EU to get rid of 632 branches as punishment for being helped out ...

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Banks top the brands we love to hate

Which brands make us most angry? Yes, you guessed correctly. The big ones that rip us off, starve us of mortgage funds, pilfer our savings and behave with amoral disregard for everyone’s interest but their own. Anything, in short, that ...

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