Alpha Homes expands portfolio after Lloyds Bank re-financing
Alpha Homes moved its accounts to Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking and secured the re-financing in 2014.
Alison Williams, finance manager for Alpha Homes, added: “Transferring all of our banking facilities was an enormous undertaking, but the support from our relationship managers at Lloyds Bank was as impressive as it was efficient, and they really went the extra mile to remove the stress and hassle from the process.”
You misunderstand. wasn't meant to be helpful, more a reality check for you bankers beating your chests. As I said, you lot were conditioned to a point you did not know what being helpful was. Bankers with the shortest most selective memories on the planet combined with the deepest double lined pockets. You may not like what I say, but the misery the banking industry heaped on others was outrageous, and not one prosecuted and put behind bars.You'll be asking for a bankers charity box next. As for what I do, you assume too much. The good news is, it would appear some of you ex-banker employees have been put out to grass and a lot more to follow. Lets just hope the new algo driven computers can identify what being helpful is......eh? designed by a banker, don't hold your breath.
Westh1: I assume you agreed with the bulk of the post?....if not tough.
Dear Uncle I am ok I have met a nice lady meerkat She is pregnant I have applied for tax and housing credit The sti and drug tests have come back negative I have news on Lloyds shares Please send me £100 and I will send you my latest chart
The cheeky little so and so I can not tell Mr Alexander .. He will be so disappointed
Done my own chart I still have the Wunch at the top
I was not successful as my career in the bank ended when I could cope with it no longer! But to say that those managers had no expertise is ridiculous. Among those who were made to take early retirement one became editor and founder of a magazine which every bank has today. One became a broker of bank lending. I did ok as an ifa, financial journalist, broadcaster on radio and tv and achieved fellowship status of Pfs which meant I was taking exams into my 60s. As I say Lloyds is going to make loads of money. But surely the culture of ppi selling and interest rate swaps, labor fiddles etc was morally wrong. The man at Barclays can still not impose ethicall practices there.
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