Sunday 30 July 2023

DEBANKING. LLOYDS BANK - Charlie Nunn, Robin Budenberg

The number of accounts being closed has ballooned in recent years from under 50,000 in 2016 to almost 350,000 last year.


Robin Budenberg is the Chairman of Lloyds Bank

Bilderberg  Attendees

 Robin Budenberg as head of the UK governmental body that oversaw the bailouts ...

Charlie Nunn

Charlie Nunn - Chief Executive at Lloyds Banking Group

'To mark #HolocaustMemorialDay, earlier this week I was privileged to join colleagues in welcoming Mala Tribich MBE into our offices to hear her experience as a Holocaust survivor.

'I’d like to share some of her incredible story here with you all.

Mala was born in Poland and had just turned nine when Nazi Germany took control of the country. Mala spent several years living away from her family in hiding and trying to pass as a Christian child, she later returned to her home in the Jewish Ghetto where she became a slave labourer. In 1944, Mala was deported to Ravensbrück concentration camp before being transported to Bergen-Belsen camp a few months later where she stayed until it was liberated by the British Army in April 1945...

I am so pleased that nearly 1,000 colleagues were able to hear Mala’s story, and I hope we can enable more people to hear Mala’s voice as when you listen to a witness, you become a witness.

A huge thank you to Karen Pollock CBE and her team from the Holocaust Educational Trust, Stephen Shelley for hosting the session, and to the Lloyds Banking Group Jewish Network and Inclusion & Diversity team for organising it.


At 30 July 2023 at 06:21 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

De-banked Nigel Farage & Brexit, gradually proving to have been correct

'UK economy to outperform Germany this year, says International Monetary Fund

26 July 2023

​The UK economy will outperform Germany this year, according to the International Monetary Fund, after the UN agency’s worst fears for the UK failed to materialise.

Confidence among UK businesses has improved for the first time in two years, a separate survey by the Confederation of British Industry showed, while PwC said British consumers were the most upbeat they have been in 18 months.

The IMF said the Windsor Framework agreement had also helped trade between Northern Ireland and Great Britain thanks to “lower post-Brexit uncertainty”.

Britain’s financial sector has also remained “resilient” following the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank in the US and Credit Suisse in Switzerland.

The downgrade for Germany means it is now expected to be the worst performing major economy in the world this year.'

At 30 July 2023 at 07:02 , Blogger telemarkmono said...

the debanking smells of they want us to clammer for the right to a bank account as stated in the UN sustainable development goals.solution-cbdc/digital ID

At 30 July 2023 at 08:33 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Debanking is CHINA SOCIAL CREDIT SCORE implementation for the low scorers. Better name it straight from the beginning, rather than euphamistic whitewashes


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