The bank, which was bailed out during the 2008 financial crisis, is now selling 35 percent of the unit, rather than the 25 percent initially planned. The opening price was put at
Lloyds says gross proceeds realized by the sale will be 455 million pounds.
The group has to float TSB to meet
Conditional trading began Friday.
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