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Lloyds Share Chat (LLOY)



Share Price: 66.09Bid: 66.10Ask: 66.13Change: -1.53 (-2.26%)Faller - Lloyds Grp.
Spread: 0.03Spread as %: 0.05%Open: 65.56High: 66.13Low: 65.25Yesterday’s Close: 67.62


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livestock
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António Osório
Today 18:22
Heavyweight line-up to address Business School finance conference
by Laura Singleton 18 April 2018

A Nobel Laureate, three CEOs of major companies and a speaker from the Bank of England are among those speaking at Imperial College Business School.

A select group of business leaders, policy makers and leading academics are expected to attend today’s The Future of Finance conference – the third such conference the Business School has held.

Keynote speakers include Nobel laureate Muhammad Yunus, the CEO of Lloyds Banking Group, António Horta Osório, and Executive Director, Financial Stability Strategy and Risk, Bank of England Alex Brazier.

Other high profile external speakers include Megan Butler, Director of Supervision – Investment, Whoesale and Specialist at the Financial Conduct Authority, Luke Ellis, CEO of the Man Group, Daniel Masters, Director, Global Advisors Bitcoin Investment Fund, Sir Andrew Dilnot, Chair, UK Statistics Authority and Nigel Wilson, the CEO, of Legal & General Group.

The conference will explore future global challenges and opportunities in the finance sector, and their likely effect on policy and practice.

Professor Francisco Veloso, Dean of Imperial College Business School, said: “As part of Imperial College London, intellectual insight and research leadership are at the core of our identity; we are uniquely positioned to advance our understanding of areas critical to today’s world by combining technological and business understanding.”

Leading Imperial academics will also chair panels on topics of the day including Dr Andrei Kirilenko, Director of the Global Fintech Centre at the Imperial College Business School, will chair a panel on fintech, cryptocurrencies and cybersecurity.

He said: “Both fintech solutions and cybersecurity threats are global developments. National regulators have been trying to figure out how to promote fintech and digital innovation, but also protect their financial systems from cybersecurity risks. The panel will discuss how fintech and cyber go hand-in-hand and what the future might hold.”

Dr Claudia Custodio, Associate Professor of Finance at the Business School will also chair a session on finance, inequality and development with Rui Barros, CEO of Barclays Bank, Mozambique and Ralph de Hass, Director of Research for the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
 
longtimeinvestor
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RE: Asperger 1
Today 18:06
JR
I don't think A1 is taking part in the selling of any shares to match Lloyds buybacks
longtimeinvestor
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RE: 100p?
Today 17:59
Let us all know the date. We can then order in the Champagne at the appropriate time
jamesroo
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Asperger 1
Today 17:56
"all who took part". You took part Asperger you just don`t know it, so you are thanking yourself .Still it is an improvement on thanking the algo`s, you will get there in time.

Hey,keep buying back those dRips.
longtimeinvestor
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RE: RE: re: Buy Back
Today 17:56
probably in the article of association
longtimeinvestor
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RE: RE: re: Buy Back
Today 17:53
Good
I am sure that the method to facilitate the running and take up of Lloyds share schemes has shareholder approval
Good2bhere
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RE: re: Buy Back
Today 17:51
Are management allowed to issue new shares with out s/h 's permission. After all this is dilution albeit on a small scale.
When I have reinvested divi in a company scheme in the past i'm sure they were bought on the open market.
longtimeinvestor
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RE: re: Buy Back
Today 17:44
G473
''shareholders take their dividends in shares''

Lloyds do not offer shares instead of a cash dividend but many investors may purchase shares in the market using the cash dividend under a drip scheme
longtimeinvestor
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RE: re: Buy Back
Today 17:41
The current buyback is for cancellation and nothing to do with staff schemes.
Without further investigation, I would say that Lloyds do not buy shares in the market for their staff schemes as they do not appear to hold sock in treasury. Therefore I would say that new shares are issued when a staff member wishing to buy shares under a saye scheme
freya
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RE: 100p?
Today 17:40
Asperger1, I have emailed Robert Stephens for a more exact time frame for Lloyds share price reaching £1. I will inform you if I get a reply.




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