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Economic and market insights
What will the 2023 Budget mean for the UK economy given the many challenges it faces?
UK Sector Tracker
Monthly proprietary insights into the global and domestic macroeconomic themes impacting the UK economy and its key sectors.
What lies ahead for the Global economy next week? Stay informed with our weekly look-ahead report.
A monthly temperature gauge of confidence levels among UK businesses.
Sustainability and ESG
Experts and customers share insights and guidance on how businesses should keep 1.5 alive to mitigate the worst impacts of climate change.
Historically, sustainability and finance have been siloed within many companies, but that division is fast disappearing.
A mindset for growth in the Midlands
Working closely with businesses, academia and devolved government to understand how to shape a world class economy that benefits the Midlands.
Our partnership with edie
We’ve partnered with edie to showcase and support business leadership on sustainability and climate action.
Using tech to support a low-carbon future
Our ESG finance team have identified 14 core technologies that could have the most impact in helping businesses across the UK move towards Net Zero.
10,000 days to Net Zero
How the cost of living crisis, and current economic conditions have impacted perceptions around ESG in the UK, and what to consider when building your roadmap.
Biodiversity & natural capital
Understanding biodiversity and natural capital is about risk management. Learn about what it is and why it’s important to understand the implications on your business.
Investing in regional infrastructure
Birmingham and Sunderland are showing how investment in transport systems and digital connectivity has created opportunities for businesses.
Reviving the UK’s regions
Hull and Bristol are two examples of the UK’s thriving cities, showing how skills and innovation could build the UK’s future.
Sustainable finance trends
Hear from our Sustainability and ESG Finance experts on the sustainable finance within the Higher Education, Housebuilder and Consumer sectors.
Energy System Flexibility
This report identifies challenges and barriers to financing flexibility services and actions that could increase the availability of finance in this area.
The future of sustainable business
The Director-General of the CBI – Tony Danker, talks about the future of the green economy and investing in sustainable initiatives.
Building supply chain resilience
From high inflation to geopolitical uncertainty, companies today face multiple challenges when it comes to managing their supply chains.
Financial Institutions Sentiment Survey
Top decision-makers in the financial services sector give their views on the economic outlook, investment plans, regulation, technology and sustainable finance.
Find commentary and expert insight leading up to SIBOS and beyond, including our API and payment solution capabilities.
Spotlight on Higher Education
Susan Lea from University of Hull and Andrew Connors from Lloyds Bank discuss how universities can play their part in sustainability and the levelling up agenda.
Client case studies
L&Q secures £525m sustainability linked loan to drive affordable housing plans.
Njoy Student Living
Student lettings company introduced PayFrom Bank, an API solution to conveniently manage their rent collection processes and significantly reduce costs.
Platform Housing plans to decarbonise its portfolio with the biggest sustainability-linked loan Lloyds Bank has provided to the social housing sector to date.
University of Hull
University secures green funding to invest in sustainable facilities and infrastructure, accelerating its ambition of becoming a carbon neutral campus in 2027.
Marshalls 5-year plan to become the UK's leading manufacturer of products for the built environment with the acquisition of market-leading pitch roof tile specialists, Marley.
One of the UK’s largest family-owned development and property services companies secures sustainability-linked loan to further ESG ambitions.
Find out how Tideway is using a green bond to ensure the environmental future of the River Thames through the Thames Tideway Tunnel project.
National delivery firm Hermes is building one of the largest distribution centres in Europe based in Barnsley, Yorkshire.
Urban Splash and Peel
Joint venture between Urban Splash and Peel L&P will build hundreds of new homes as part of a new residential neighbourhood in Birkenhead.
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