Lloyds Bank (Netherlands)

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Lloyds Bank is the trading name of the Dutch branch of Bank of Scotland Plc, established in Amsterdam in 1999. In 2009, Bank of Scotland's holding company, HBOS, was acquired by the London-based Lloyds Banking Group.

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The Bank offers personal mortgages and acquires private savings in the Netherlands over the internet and through intermediaries. Lloyds Banking Group has been separately active in the Dutch commercial banking market since 1966.

A separate German branch, based in Berlin, continues to operate as Bank of Scotland.

History[edit]

The Bank of Scotland began to rebrand as Lloyds Bank in the Netherlands in 2013. Initially, savings products transitioned to the Lloyds Bank brand, while mortgages continued to be provided under the Bank of Scotland name until 2014.

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