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In graphics: Lloyds TSB and HBOS merger

Halifax Bank of Scotland (HBOS) has been taken over by Lloyds TSB in a 12.2bn merger. The deal has created a massive financial institution called Lloyds Banking Group, which includes some of the biggest names in High Street banking.

TOP JOBS - WHO'S AT THE HELM?

Sir Victor Blank and Eric Daniels
Eric Daniels will take charge of the new company with Sir Victor Blank as chairman

HOW THEY COMPARE

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MARKET SHARE

Market share
HBOS is already the UK's largest mortgage provider and Lloyds TSB is the largest provider of current accounts

BRAND PORTFOLIO

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The two companies are behind some of the best known financial brands on the High Street



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