The Government is looking to reduce the overall size of the taxpayer stake in Lloyds and simultaneously shift more than five billion shares.
Customers of banks including Lloyds, TSB and Halifax were left unable to withdraw cash, after two Lloyds Banking Group servers went down.
Lloyds was fined millions for incentivising its staff to sell customers financial products they don't need. So how much has changed?
The government is planning to sell more of its stake in Lloyds Bank, ITV News Business Editor Joel Hills reports.
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Former Lloyds TSB boss Sir Victor Blank told ITV News the 19p increase to the minimum wage is a "small step but very positive."
He said: "[It's] terrific that it's gone up and so it should. One of the biggest problems I think we have is the growing division between the levels of pay of senior executives and the average level of pay.
"If you look at the figures over the last 15 years, they've just grown apart massively and I think it's quite worrisome and I think it's quite wrong."
Lloyds Banking Group has said that Scottish independence poses "no immediate issues" to its business, after warning that separation could present a "risk" to its operations.
A spokesman for the group said: "Lloyds Banking Group believes that questions about Scotland’s future constitutional position are a matter for the people of Scotland and the UK and Scottish Parliaments.
"There are no immediate issues that will affect Lloyds Banking Group customers either in Scotland or the rest of the UK, particularly as any change in constitutional arrangements are unlikely to come into effect until 2016."
Lloyds confirmed it returned to the black with bottom line profits of £415 million in 2013 and said underlying annual profits more than doubled to £6.2 billion.
Lloyds Banking Group said boss Antonio Horta-Osorio is in line for a deferred shares bonus worth £1.7 million for 2013, while it has increased its overall staff payout to £395 million, up from £365 million for 2012.
Taxpayer-backed Lloyds expects to make a small profit for 2013 it has said, despite adding £1.8 billion to funds set aside to cover compensation for the mis-selling of payment protection insurance.
The latest provision take the total put aside for compensation to nearly £10 billion.
Lloyds said it expects to restart dividend payments to shareholders in the second half of this year and that preparations for the possible future sale of shares to the public were under way.
Taxpayer-backed Lloyds Banking Group is to make a further provision of £1.8 billion to cover compensation for the mis-selling of payment protection insurance.
ITV News' Consumer Editor Chris Choi has spoken to Lloyds Banking Group about the 1,008 job losses announced today:
Lloyds job losses part of 15,000 reductions announced at 2011 Strategic Review - now 11,760 jobs now gone in total
Lloyds tell me more than 500 of the role going today are "Relationship Managers" for small businesses