TSB boss is being questioned at a Treasury Committee following the bank's IT meltdown that left millions locked out of their accounts.Read the full story ›
TSB boss Paul Pester says around 95% of customers were now having success accessing the bank's internet and mobile services.Read the full story ›
The bank is struggling to get full services back online after a major IT upgrade earlier this month.Read the full story ›
Following the online banking crisis TSB has also announced customers will not have to pay overdraft charges in April.Read the full story ›
One customer said they had “access” to other customers’ accounts totalling more than £20,000 after a system upgrade.Read the full story ›
Paul Pester said he was ‘deeply sorry’ and promised that no-one would be left out of pocket as a result of the problems.Read the full story ›
Ongoing problems with the bank's online platform have seen customers make a raft of complaints.Read the full story ›
Banco Sabadell and TSB have reached agreement on a £1.7 billion takeover by the Spanish bank.
The deal will see shareholders in the bank receive 340p per share.
Lloyds Banking Group has agreed to sell its 50% share.
TSB chief executive Paul Pester will continue in his current role.
TSB has received a takeover approach from Spain's Sabadell valuing the UK bank at £1.7 billion.