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In 1986, a business consortium purchased a 35% stake to fend off Lloyds.
Fines by Indian regulators and provisions for losses cost the bank almost £350 million, at that time fully a third of its capital.
In 1994, London's Sunday Times reported that an executive in the bank's metals division had bribed officials in Malaysia and the Philippines to win business.
I was originally looking at this share as a long position early last week, it appeared in one of my stock filters for long positions.