Ed Thurman

Edward Thurman

Managing Director, Global Transaction Banking

Ed joined Lloyds Banking Group in August 2008 as a Director in Group Corporate Development. He was responsible for the development and formulation of the Group’s corporate strategy and was a member of the team that led the Group Strategic Review. Prior to joining Lloyds Bank, he held senior strategy roles at Bear Stearns and ABN AMRO, and before this spent five years with McKinsey & Company, consulting across the industry but with an emphasis on Wholesale Banking clients.

After completing a degree in Economics, Ed began his career at the Bank of England before moving to the Financial Services Authority at its formation in 1998. He left for McKinsey the following year.

Ed has been Managing Director, Financial Institutions since October 2012. The Financial Institutions client unit was created at the inception of the Commercial Banking business to create deeper institutional focus on this segment, and to best harness emerging industry trends to our benefit. He is also closely involved in the development of the Group’s response to the industry’s emerging regulatory landscape.

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Managing Director, Global Transaction Banking

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Managing Director, Commercial Banking Markets

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Managing Director, Head of Insurance and Specialist Finance

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Robert Ellison

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Managing Director, Head of Banks

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Managing Director, Head of Pensions, Wealth and Stockbrokers

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Oliver Knight

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Managing Director, Head of Group, Government & Regulatory Solutions

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Ed Thurman

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Managing Director, Head of Financial Institutions

Andrew Ryan

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Managing Director, Head of Investors and Intermediaries

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Head of Financial Sponsors

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John Feeney

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Managing Director, Global Corporates, Commercial Banking, Lloyds Bank

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David Oldfield

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Group Director & CEO, Commercial Banking

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Mark Grant

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CEO, Lloyds Bank Corporate Markets

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Matt Hubbard

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People Director, Commercial Banking

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Gareth Oakley

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Managing Director, SME Banking

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Scott Barton

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Managing Director, Mid Markets

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Robina Barker Bennett

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Managing Director, Financial Institutions

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Simon Amess

Simon Amess

Business Unit Control Function Director

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Dan Meredith Jones

Dan Meredith Jones

Managing Director, Client Asset Management

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Judith Butler

Judith Butler

Engagement & Responsible Business Director

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Adrian White

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Chief Operating Officer

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Alan Brindley

Alan Brindley

Finance Director, Commercial Banking

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