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  • Opportunities to use your capital assets

    Published Date: 23/09/2014

    Almost half of UK businesses have no plans to invest in capital expenditure, despite the sustained economic upturn, new research has found.

  • SME growth opportunities being missed

    Published Date: 10/03/2014

    UK SMEs are sitting on £770 billion in untapped assets that could be used to fund growth, according to new research published today by Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking.

  • Customer Warning

    Published Date: 13/01/2014

    Lloyds Bank Commercial Finance would like to warn customers about a malware, phishing email that has been sent out imitating a customer communication.

  • Assets for growth

    Published Date: 02/08/2013

    Mark Parsons, Director of Lloyds TSB Commercial Finance shares his thoughts on what’s driving the growth of asset based lending in the latest issue of Long View.

  • Commercial Market Update

    Published Date: 01/05/2013

    Lloyds Banking Group's UK Economist, Nikesh Sawjani takes a look at the Commercial Market in this monthly round up.

  • Our increased lending commitment

    Published Date: 01/05/2013

    To help kick start the UK economy, Lloyds TSB Commercial Finance is committed to answering more calls for lending in 2013. Donald Kerr, Managing Director, Lloyds TSB Commercial Finance, explains.

  • Five key appointments support perception change.

    Published Date: 01/05/2013

    With the growing popularity of commercial finance as part of wider funding strategies, Lloyds TSB Commercial Finance believes it can add to its current list of 20,000 customers with a range of products to support efficient use of capital.

  • Ten steps to get the world to buy British

    Published Date: 01/05/2013

    "People love to buy British", says Mark Dodd, Head of International, Commercial Banking at Lloyds TSB.

  • What price loyalty?

    Published Date: 01/05/2013

    There's no doubt that the recession has exacerbated the trend towards increasingly cost-conscious clients.

  • British chairmen expecting long-term Olympic effect

    Published Date: 15/10/2012

    More than nine in ten chairmen believe Britain's businesses will see a long-term benefit as a result of the Olympic and Paralympic Games, reports.

  • British businesses turning to international market for expansion

    Published Date: 12/10/2012

    British businesses looking to expand are increasingly turning to the international market, reports.

  • SMEs relying on "inadequate" finance options

    Published Date: 11/10/2012

    Many businesses are using inadequate finance options to start and then maintain their enterprise, reports.

  • Fallon calling for EU red tape cuts

    Published Date: 10/10/2012

    Business minister Michael Fallon is calling on the EU to cut red tape in order to let businesses grow, reports

  • FSB calls for expansion of National Insurance holidays

    Published Date: 09/10/2012

    Some 45,000 jobs could be created in just two years by extending the National Insurance Contributions (NICs) holiday to all micro-firms, new research suggests.

  • George Osborne advised to consider growth ahead of Conference appearance

    Published Date: 08/10/2012

    The manufacturers' organisation EEF has called for growth to be the government's top priority, reports.

  • Prompt payment campaign fails to sway FTSE 100

    Published Date: 04/10/2012

    Just ten FTSE 100 companies have signed up to a prompt payment scheme, reports.

  • Clegg to ramp up trade partnership between Britain and Turkey

    Published Date: 03/10/2012

    Nick Clegg is undertaking a trip to Turkey in order to promote British businesses abroad, reports.

  • Thames Valley businesses positive

    Published Date: 03/10/2012

    Business in the Thames Valley could be among the strongest in the UK, reports.

  • UK economy growing slowly

    Published Date: 02/10/2012

    The UK's economy returned to growth between July and September, the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) has claimed.

  • Ryder Cup 2014 to bring £100 million to Scotland

    Published Date: 28/09/2012

    Businesses in Scotland could benefit to the tune of £100 million when the Ryder Cup makes its way to Gleneagles, reports.

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