Lloyds TSB Scotland is part of Lloyds Banking Group, a major British financial institution, and dates from the merger of Lloyds Bank and the TSB in 1995. Lloyds Bank was founded as a private bank in Birmingham in 1795, while the origins of TSB dates to Dumfries in 1810, when the Reverend Henry Duncan opened the first self-supporting savings bank.
Lloyds Bank and TSB Group plc merged in 1995 to form Lloyds TSB.
Lloyds TSB Scotland currently has 185 branches across Scotland. We offer a full range of retail, commercial and corporate banking activities through its network of 185 branches in Scotland.