Bank of the Year - Lloyds Bank Commercial Bank
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    Proud to have been named ‘Bank of the Year’ for an incredible 10 consecutive years at the FD’s Excellence Awards. 

    The FD’s Excellence Awards are prestigious awards recognising the UK’s top finance directors and their service providers.

    This year’s award is not only a testimony to the hard work of the team here at Lloyds Bank. It also reflects the success of so many of the businesses we support and their own ambition to expand, invest and innovate.

    It's clear that when businesses thrive, Britain prospers. We want to continue building a bank that supports British business, which helps businesses realise their potential and understands the things that really matter to them.

    We are extremely pleased that Ian Fitzjohn, Relationship Director, West Midlands has won the award for ‘Bank Manager of the Year’. Ian is testament to the fact that we are truly committed to putting clients at the heart of everything we do and building a better bank for business.

    FDs’ Excellence Awards in association with the ICAEW and supported by the CBI & Real Business. Business Bank of the Year was won in 2014 by Lloyds Bank plc. In 2011, 2012 & 2013 the award was won by Lloyds Banking Group plc which included the operating subsidiaries: Lloyds TSB Bank plc, Lloyds TSB Scotland plc and Bank of Scotland plc. From 2005-2010 this award was won by Lloyds TSB Bank plc and Lloyds TSB Scotland plc. From 23 September 2013 Lloyds TSB Bank plc now trades as Lloyds Bank plc and Lloyds TSB Scotland plc trades as TSB Bank plc.

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