Lloyds Banking Group plc (the Company) has re-launched its dividend reinvestment plan (DRIP). The DRIP is a low cost way to use your dividend payments to purchase additional shares in the Company, enabling you to increase your shareholding in a convenient and cost-effective manner.
Failure to provide bank details will result in your shares being withdrawn from the LBGSA and you will be sent a paper share certificate.Joining the DRIPAny shareholder wishing to join the DRIP should contact EFSL for an application form, using the contact details provided below.Leaving the DRIPAny shareholder who is a participant in the DRIP and who wishes to withdraw from the plan should contact EFSL for a revocation form, using the contact details provided below.DRIP Invitation Booklet The DRIP Invitation Booklet explains how the DRIP works and what it means for shareholders, including some frequently asked questions. DRIP Terms & Conditions March 2018 - notice of change to the DRIP terms and conditions From 30 April 2018, the commission rate charged on the value of shares purchased under the DRIP terms and conditions will be changing: The DRIP Terms & Conditions can be accessed here.They are also available in hardcopy through EFSL using the contact details provided below: Tel: 03Textphone: 03Overseas: 44 (0)1Each of these documents should be considered by shareholders before making any decision regarding the DRIP.Such a romantic gesture had the desired effect and 18 months later they were married.But it ended unhappily with Mill describing the day he and Evert split up as “the worst of my life”.Predictably enough Evert was furious: “I am extremely disappointed that he used the book to misrepresent a private matter that took place 40 years ago and made it public without my knowledge.”Following her break-up with Connors she had dalliances with actor Burt Reynolds and Jack Ford, son of President Gerald Ford but it was a British tennis player who was to become her first husband.She was 24 when she read an interview with John Lloyd in which he talked about the loneliness of the globetrotting professional athlete.It was the sex scandal that had everything: a friend betrayed, a husband cuckolded, a wife scorned, five children traumatised… “We had a rough couple of years,” she said of her relationship with exhusband Andy Mill in an interview on Tuesday with Lance Armstrong in The Forward Podcast.“I was going through menopausal stuff that doesn’t get talked about enough – what women go through, you know, at 50ish.Andy and I are still a family without living together. And I brought that into my next marriage, those issues that weren’t resolved.” Given that so many of her life choices have been ruled by red-hot passion it is ironic that Evert’s nickname on the tennis circuit as a player was the Ice Maiden, going about her business with a glacial coolness while others were known for racket abuse, verbal outbursts and run-ins with umpires. She was just 16 when she first reached the semi-finals of the US Open and 19 when she won her first grand slam tournament.