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  1. #21
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    Lloyds International are located just off the roundabout up from the La Zenia roundabout which is on the N332.

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    Thanks Morbob, I'll check it out next time I'm over.

    Iain

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    Hi Arrowman Banco Halifax (probably changed to Lloyds now) are just off the roundabout where you come off the N332 at the Park of Nations. Instead of going left to go to Habaneras go towards Torre and it is on the right hand side just off the roundabout. not sure what name it is under as I have not been into that branch for about 5 years, but the letter we got from them last year said that all Halifax were being rebranded as Lloyds International.

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    Hi Morbob. I know the area you refer to. Thanks very much.
    Iain

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    Iain there is a Lloyds at La Zenia I think they & Halifax have amalgamated !

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    Hi Gal, Thank you and thanks to everyone for the incredible response to this thread. I love this forum.
    Iain.

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    The halifax

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    For information, when everything came crashing down in the banking industry, Lloyds TSB (which was pretty well solvent and would not have needed any government bailout) was virtually ordered by the then government to take over Halifax-Bank-of-Scotland to prevent HBoS going bust. For this some government money was received, but LloydsTSB had to dip deep into its own reserves as well!

    Now, Halifax International has been rebranded Lloyds International, amalgamating with the old Lloyds TSB International arm.

    I do feel it is a bit strange that the two banks which were in the deepest shh-you-know-what had the word Scotland in their name. And what was the nationality of the UK's Prime Minister at the time? Oh, and don't forget, both these banks, Bank of Scotland, and Royal Bank of Scotland issue their own banknotes north of the border (along with Clydesdale Bank) which are acceptable at parity in England and Wales. underwritten by the Bank of England!

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