The TSB after incorporation

Bill Stewart

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Abstract

On 21 July 1986 the issue of ownership of the Trustee Savings Banks was finally
settled with the vesting of the assets of the Trustee Savings Bank Central Board,
the Trustee Savings Bank (Holdings) Ltd and the four regional Trustee Savings
Banks in the TSB Group pic and the new regional TSB public limited companies,
including TSB Scotland pic. The transfer had not been achieved without public
controversy and acrimony but has now been settled beyond recall. The Trustees
Savings Bank Central Board subsequently through an Offer for Sale sold shares in the TSB Group pic to the general public. After providing for free shares to
qualifying employees, making allowance for loyalty bonus shares and after setting aside some £86m for the expenses of the issue, the offer for sale will raise an estimated £.1,274m for the TSB Group plc when the shares are fully paid in September 1987. The offer for sale was heavily advertised and highly successful in that it was over-subscribed eight times and applications had either to be scaled down substantially or rejected. After the initial allotment the TSB Group plc had 3.1m shareholders; 1.3m customers and employees and 1.8m others, mainly individual shareolders as international demand was largely unmet. The shares rose to a substantial premium suggesting that the issue had been underpriced and with an unnecessary underwriting expense. This economic perspective revisits the TSB after incorporation in order to evaluate its success and explore its future.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)80-82
Number of pages3
JournalQuarterly Economic Commentary
Volume12
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - Nov 1986

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Keywords

  • TSB Group plc
  • Trustee Savings Bank
  • Scottish economy
  • UK banking industry

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Stewart, B. (1986). The TSB after incorporation. Quarterly Economic Commentary, 12(2), 80-82.
Stewart, Bill. / The TSB after incorporation. In: Quarterly Economic Commentary. 1986 ; Vol. 12, No. 2. pp. 80-82.
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Stewart, B 1986, 'The TSB after incorporation', Quarterly Economic Commentary, vol. 12, no. 2, pp. 80-82.

The TSB after incorporation. / Stewart, Bill.

In: Quarterly Economic Commentary, Vol. 12, No. 2, 11.1986, p. 80-82.

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