The Treasury will net £11.8 billion from the agreed sale of Bradford & Bingley loans it bought during the financial crisis. UK Asset Resolution (UKAR), the body established to oversee the...
Years ago when Bradford and Bingley issued shares i was given some since i had an account with them. Must be over 10 years ago. Since then B&B went through some difficulties etc and got taken over. I did receive some information years ago but can't recall what it said. My question is what happened to my B&B shares?
Almost a million former shareholders of Bradford & Bingley have been told they won't receive a penny in compensation. Worthless: Bradford and Bingley shareholders will get nothing in...
Bradford & Bingley plc was a British bank with headquarters in the West Yorkshire town of Bingley . The bank was formed in December 2000 by demutualisation of the Bradford & Bingley Building Society following a vote of the building society 's members, who swapped their nominal share of the building society for at least 250 shares of the newly formed bank.
Bradford & Bingley Limited and Mortgage Express. Registered office: The Waterfront, Salts Mill Road, Shipley, West Yorkshire. BD17 7EZ. Bradford & Bingley - Registered in England and Wales (Company No. 3938288). Mortgage Express - Registered in England and Wales (Company No. 2405490). Authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
The obvious thing that occurs to me is that Bradford & Bingley PLC went bust back in September 2008. It was nationalised by the government. It was later determined that shares in the bank were worth exactly £0. I don't know whether or not any shares that you would have been allocated back in 2000 were sold for cash sometime before 2008.