Lloyds Bank began as Taylors & Lloyds in Birmingham, in 1765. For the first hundred years, the Bank operated from just one office in the town. But in the 1860s, Lloyds embarked on a period of rapid expansion and growth. By the time of the TSB merger in 1995, it had absorbed more than 200 banks.
The family tree shows just a few of the most significant takeovers. Click on the tree graphic to open a pdf version. Select the names listed below the tree to find out more about their individual histories.