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Independent board to oversee newspaper as prospective Abu Dhabi-backed bidder awaits outcome for takeover
(Bloomberg) -- Lloyds Banking Group Plc has received £1.2 billion ($1.5 billion) from the owners of the Telegraph newspaper, marking an end of the bank’s involvement in a saga that’s spawned government investigations and sparked a nationwide discussion on freedom of the press. Most Read from BloombergHow Suspects Laundered Billions in Singapore for YearsWall Street’s Furious Bull Run Gets Reality Check: Markets WrapBitcoin Surges Past $42,000 Even as Stocks and Bonds Take a HitHarvard Alumni Reb
The Barclays had reached a deal with RedBird IMI, an Abu Dhabi-backed group, to help repay the debt.
The Barclay family has regained ownership of The Telegraph after paying £1.2bn in debts owed to Lloyds Banking Group.
Charlie Nunn spent last week bouncing from an investment summit with Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, to a high-powered London bank conference and then jetting off to Cop28 in Dubai.
Barclays today announced it is set to close a further 18 bank branches in March 2024, as face-to-face banking continues to disappear from the high street. Affected areas include Poole in Dorset, Perth in Scotland and Crouch End in north London.
Regulators to investigate RedBird IMI’s debt for equity deal, but not its repayment of bank loans owed by the Barclay family
The price of crude oil fell after a cartel of oil-producing nations led by Saudi Arabia surprised the market by issuing a statement that failed to include an expected pledge to cut production by another million barrels per day.
The Lloyds Banking Group-owned brands will close the branches next year, starting in March and April.