Plans for 700-plus advisers
New entrants, MiFID II and SIPPs
Legal experts suggest
Aiming to be' top three' UK financial planner
Cazenove joint venture being discussed
Contract withdrawn from Standard Life Aberdeen
Dispute over structure of combined group
People plan to pass on cash
Needs 10,000 signatures for government response
Government set to fully exit bank
Lloyds Banking Group is to start paying dividends again for the first time in six years, set to be 0.75p per share for 2014.
An IFA and the directors of banking giants Goldman Sachs and Lloyds will head up the panels that raise the industry's voice on policy making to the ear of the regulator.
Gregor Stewart, a former FD of Lloyds Banking Group's insurance division, has joined Alliance Trust as a non-executive director.
Around 8,000 investors have put their name to a lawsuit claiming Lloyds misled shareholders ahead of the bank's acquisition of HBOS six years ago.
Lloyds is expected to cut a tenth of its entire workforce, amounting to around 9,000 jobs, in a digital push over the next three years.
Lloyds Banking Group has hired the former head of discretionary from Barclays' Wealth as part of a rejig of senior personnel within its wealth division.
Shares in the largest Scottish companies - in particular the banks - helped power the FTSE 100 higher this morning after the results of the Scottish referendum revealed the country had voted to remain part of the UK.
Aegon would establish a new registered life company in England should Scots vote for independence on 18 September.
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) will move its operations to London should Scotland vote to go independent, it has confirmed.
High street banks are using Wonga-style bullying letters to chase customers for payments.
Britain's two state-backed banks have retreated from lending to the London property market since the financial crisis, in a sign of caution amid fears of an inflating housing bubble.
Lloyds Banking Group has announced plans to float a 25% stake in its TSB business next month in a bid to meet European rules on state aid for banks.
Former Prudential chief executive Nick Prettejohn has joined Lloyds Banking Group as a non-executive director and chairman of Scottish Widows.
Shares in Lloyds Banking group fell more than 5% this morning after the government sold another 7.8% of its stake in the bank last night.