The story of Lloyds Bank Corporate Division

Lloyds Bank corporate division provided corporate banking advisory services on take-overs, acquisitions, mergers, financial restructuring and disposals as well as assisting companies seeking strategic partners or looking to acquire selected targets within their industries. They also provided strategic analysis and other strategy related work for clients in need of establishing their direction and vision. Particularly, they assisted with developing and implementing a strategy and financial plan for clients in their selected industries.

Lloyds Bank corporate division assisted clients with a fairness opinion on a transaction as well as evaluating the structure of a deal. Services also included valuation services to estimate the value of a target as well as sophisticated financial modelling of complex financial deals. Firms in distressed situations or undergoing a restructuring process relied on Lloyds Bank corporate division to provide a solution to the restructuring of their balance sheets and assisting in obtaining fresh capital.

They also assisted clients with the structure of the funding and other advisory issues for their Management Buy-Outs (MBO), Management Buy-Ins (MBI), Leveraged Buy-Outs (LBO), and other financial deals. They helped by identifying and bringing in new management for a specific opportunity. Lloyds Bank corporate division were highly motivated people in a culture that emphasised independence and client service.

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Lloyds corporate division made use of decision-support models, consultancy and management solutions, software and worldwide business information systems to support the needs of finance, insurance, utility and service companies in every phase of customer relations. From strategic planning to the final acquisition and management of the client’s portfolio.

The pursuit of profitability and efficiency was increasingly connected to the optimization of all business processes in the financial market. This meant that more information was needed, as well as elevated know-how and sophisticated marketing techniques. The concept of information was changing: from great quantities of data to its integration for more effective and easier management to the development of integrated decision systems and the re-engineering of all productive processes.

Through in-depth knowledge and expertise acquired in highly competitive international markets, Lloyds corporate division brought together high quality information, integration systems and advanced technology to support all decision-making processes with solutions that anticipated market development.

Lloyds Bank corporate division

Lloyds Bank corporate division knew that the process of finding the right investor is complex and time consuming. Choosing Lloyds Bank corporate division as an investor offers not only extensive capital and financial resources but also more importantly a wealth of experience for each portfolio company with whom they become partners. Lloyds Bank corporate division took a proactive, disciplined investment approach with well-managed companies poised for growth.

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By transforming complexities into concrete development opportunities, Lloyds Bank corporate division offered its clients and partners an invaluable strategic and functional support for all phases of corporate banking, thanks to a range of integrated information solutions and decision support systems that were without equals in the market in terms of technology, know-how and performance.

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