The legal services sector is unique, so we provide a service designed for your profession using a range of products and services to meet your needs.
We have a team of Lexcel accredited Relationship Managers who are there to work with you to create a banking package that is tailored to you and your practice.
Lloyds TSB Bank plc and Lloyds TSB Scotland plc are authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority under numbers 119278 and 191240 respectively.
Licensed under the Consumer Credit Act 1974 under registration numbers 0004685 and 0198797 respectively. We subscribe to The Lending Code; copies of the Code can be obtained from www.lendingstandardsboard.org.uk
Both companies are covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme and the Financial Ombudsman Service. (Please note that due to the schemes' eligibility criteria not all Lloyds TSB Commercial Banking customers will be covered by these schemes.)
Factoring, Invoice Discounting, Hire Purchase and Leasing facilities are provided by Lloyds TSB Commercial Finance. When using these products and services your agreement will be with the Lloyds Banking Group whose terms and conditions will apply. Lloyds TSB Commercial Finance is a trading name of Lloyds TSB Commercial Finance Limited.
The Lloyds Banking Group includes Lloyds TSB Bank plc and a number of other companies using brands including Lloyds TSB, Halifax and Bank of Scotland, and their associated companies.
Calls may be monitored or recorded in case we need to check we have carried out your instructions correctly and to help improve our quality of service. We accept calls via Text Relay.
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