Lloyds Banking Group chief executive António Horta-Osório said he will not take an annual bonus for 2011, a year in which the company's shares fell by 60%.
The CEO, who returned from two months' medical leave last week, joined Lloyds in early 2011. He faced a difficult year as the bank came under pressure from investors concerned over its legacy assets,...
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