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Lloyds Banking Group alert service

RNS Number : 4267R
Lloyds Banking Group PLC
08 March 2016
 

08 March 2016

 

LLOYDS BANKING GROUP PLC ('GROUP') - NOTIFICATION OF TRANSACTIONS BY PERSONS DISCHARGING MANAGERIAL RESPONSIBILITIES ('PDMRs') IN ORDINARY SHARES OF THE GROUP OF 10 PENCE EACH ('SHARES')

On 25 February 2016, the Group published details of upcoming remuneration disclosures for the Group, including salary, bonus, Long-Term Incentive Plan (LTIP) awards and Fixed Share Awards for PDMRs ('Summary Remuneration Announcement').   Where awards had not yet been made, estimates were provided. The Group announces that the following awards were made and released today. 

 

This announcement should be read in conjunction with the Summary Remuneration Announcement and disclosures in the 2015 Annual Report and Accounts published earlier today. The 2015 Annual Report and Accounts is available on the 'Financial Performance' page in the 'Investors & Performance' section of the Group's website www.lloydsbankinggroup.com.

 

2015 GROUP ANNUAL BONUS

As announced on 25 February 2016, annual bonus awards are deferred into Shares under the Lloyds Banking Group Deferred Bonus Plan ('Deferred Bonus Award') and are subject to performance adjustment throughout the deferral period and, where applicable, clawback.  For Executive Directors, awards are determined in the same way as employees across the Group by reference to Group, business area and individual performance. Information regarding the performance of the Executive Directors in 2015 can be found in the Annual Report and Accounts.  Deferred Bonus Awards made to Executive Directors and members of the Group Executive Committee are subject to clawback for at least seven years from the date of grant.

 

Group Chief Executive

The Group Chief Executive, António Horta-Osório, was today granted a Deferred Bonus Award in the amount of 1,164,253 Shares(1).  The vesting of the Deferred Bonus Award is subject to additional conditions that either the share price must remain above 75.5 pence on average for any 126 consecutive trading days during the five years following grant or the UK government sells 100 per cent of its shareholding during the three years following grant.  Subject to either of the conditions being met, vesting may commence no sooner than two years following grant. If neither of the conditions has been met by the fifth anniversary of the award, the award will lapse entirely.

 

Executive Directors

The Executive Directors, George Culmer and Juan Colombás were today granted a Deferred Bonus Award. The Deferred Bonus Awards are subject to deferral until at least March 2018.

 

Name

Number of Shares Awarded (1)

Juan Colombás

624,065

George Culmer

632,856

 

 

(1) Based on a share price of 72.978 pence being the average of the closing share price of the five trading days prior to the date of award.

 

Other Members of the Group Executive Committee 

In line with the requirements of the PRA Rulebook and FCA Remuneration Code (SYSC 19D), a maximum of 40 per cent of any variable remuneration awarded to other members of the Group Executive Committee can be paid in 2016. The remaining 60 per cent must be deferred.

 

For the 2015 Annual Bonus, £2,000 is paid in March 2016, with the balance of the upfront 40 per cent delivered in Shares in June and September 2016.  The remaining 60 per cent was granted today, as shown in the table below, deferred into Shares until at least March 2017.

 

Name

Number of Shares Awarded(1)

Andrew Bester

381,186

Karin Cook

269,096

António Lorenzo

658,438

Vim Maru

399,845

David Oldfield

348,980

Miguel-Ángel Rodríguez-Sola

375,154

Matt Young

491,286

 

(1) Based on a share price of 72.978 pence being the average of the closing share price of the five trading days prior to the date of award.

 

Deferred Bonus Awards for 2012, 2013 and 2014 Performance

As announced on 25 February 2016, Deferred Bonus Awards are due to be released in 2016 which relate to performance in 2012, 2013 and 2014. In accordance with the Group's deferral policy, a proportion of the Shares are released over three years, being received in tranches in March and September.

 

In June 2015, the Group reached a settlement with the FCA with regard to aspects of its Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) complaint handling process during the period March 2012 to May 2013. As a result, the Remuneration Committee decided to make adjustments to bonuses awarded in respect of performance in 2012 and 2013 to the members of the Group Executive Committee and some other senior executives, in recognition of their ultimate oversight of the PPI complaint handling operations. Details of the adjustments applied to the deferred bonuses awarded to the Executive Directors were disclosed in the Summary Remuneration Announcement.

 

In this respect, the Group announces that today, after the settlement of income tax and national insurance contributions, the PDMRs listed in the table below received the number of Shares (for no payment) as set out by their name. A further announcement will be made in September for the September release. The release today incorporates the above mentioned performance adjustments, where applicable.

 

Name

2012

2013

2014

Juan Colombás

44,355

277,981

-

George Culmer

-

295,534

-

Andrew Bester

67,742

53,305

33,153

Karin Cook

48,387

17,357

14,918

António Lorenzo

37,634

47,034

28,664

Vim Maru

-

23,927

28,512

David Oldfield

21,683

19,854

18,363

Miguel-Ángel Rodríguez-Sola

30,556

36,171

27,988

Matt Young

47,491

43,470

23,921

 

 

Mr Horta-Osório's annual bonus awards for 2012, 2013 and 2014 performance are subject to additional conditions including deferral for five years and accordingly will not be released in 2016.

 

 

 

Release of Long-Term Incentive Awards made in March 2013

As announced on 25 February 2016, the Group has performed strongly over the performance period of the 2013 LTIP awards, continuing to transform the business for the benefit of our shareholders. During the performance period of the plan (from 1 January 2013 to 31 December 2015), the Group's share price increased by 47 per cent from 49.69 pence to 73.07 pence

 

The scale of the challenge was set out in stretching targets of the 2013 LTIP as approved by the Remuneration Committee and our shareholders.  The value of these awards vesting reflects not only the achievement of targets, but also the increase in share price over the performance period, currently around 25 per cent higher than at the time of award and in line with the increase realised by shareholders. At the end of the performance period, it has been assessed that these awards will vest at 94.18 per cent of maximum.

 

In this respect, the Group announces that, after the settlement of income tax and national insurance contributions, the PDMRs listed in the table below today received the number of Shares

(including dividend equivalents) as set out by their name, following the partial vesting of long-term awards made in March 2013. 

 

Name

Shares

António Horta-Osório(1)

3,775,678

Juan Colombás(1)

1,818,463

George Culmer(1)

2,042,579

Andrew Bester(1)

1,985,841

Karin Cook

232,110

António Lorenzo(1)

1,861,016

Vim Maru

515,802

David Oldfield

483,564

Miguel-Ángel Rodríguez-Sola

683,438

Matt Young(1)

1,418,457

 

(1) Executive Director or member of the Group Executive Committee at the time of the award in 2013 and consequently required to hold the Shares (other than dividend equivalents) for a further two years after vesting.

 

Long-Term Incentive Plan - 2016 grants 

As announced on 25 February 2016, awards were made today under the Group's LTIP. The LTIP awards will vest in 2019 subject to the satisfaction of stretching performance targets.  Executive Directors and members of the Group Executive Committee are required to hold the Shares which vest for a further two years.

Name

Maximum Number of Shares Awarded(1)(2)


Expected Value(4)

António Horta-Osório

5,015,210

(3)

£1,830,000

Juan Colombás

2,728,973


£995,775

George Culmer

2,767,409


£1,009,800

Andrew Bester

2,690,536


£981,750

Karin Cook

1,971,004


£719,200

Simon Davies

2,637,781


£962,500

António Lorenzo

2,690,536


£981,750

Vim Maru

2,185,590


£797,500

David Oldfield

2,449,368


£893,750

Miguel-Ángel Rodríguez-Sola

2,204,431


£804,375

Matt Young

1,921,812


£701,250

 

(1) Based on a share price of 72.978 pence being the average of the closing share price of the five trading days prior to the date of award.

(2) Vesting in 2019 subject to the satisfaction of stretching performance targets.

(3) Based on António Horta-Osório's 'Reference Salary' of £1,220,000.

(4) The values for the LTIP awards are shown at an expected value of 50 per cent of maximum value and before the deduction of income tax and NIC. The actual vesting value will depend on the achievement of performance conditions and the share price at the date of vesting. These awards are subject to clawback for at least seven years from the date of award.

 

Exercise of options to acquire Shares 

The Group was today notified that the PDMRs listed in the table below today acquired the number of Shares as set out by their name, following the exercise of a share buyout award.  The details of the share buyout awards were announced in March 2011 at the time of the award.

 

 

Name

Shares

Juan Colombás(1)

535,231

António Lorenzo(2)

535,231

 

(1) Exercise price £2 in total.

(2) Exercise price £2 in total.

 

Juan Colombás and António Lorenzo have retained all the Shares apart from 252,333 and 252,333 Shares respectively which were sold (at 70.78 pence per Share) to meet income tax and national insurance contributions arising from the acquisition.

 

 

Fixed Share Awards in 2016

A further announcement will be made in March 2016 for the Fixed Share Award in respect of the first quarter of 2016 and thereafter in the quarter in which the award is made.

 

Shareholding Requirement

Following these transactions, Executive Directors and Members of the Group Executive Committee continue to comply with the Group's shareholding policy requirements, details of which were set out in the Summary Remuneration Announcement.

 

These disclosures are made pursuant to the Financial Conduct Authority's Disclosure and Transparency Rule 3.1.4.  The transactions took place in the UK and the Shares are listed on the London Stock Exchange.

 

 

 

- END -

 

 

For further information:

 

Investor Relations

Douglas Radcliffe                                                                  +44 (0) 20 7356 1571

Group Investor Relations Director

Email: douglas.radcliffe@finance.lloydsbanking.com 

 

Group Corporate Affairs

Matt Smith                                                                               +44 (0) 20 7356 3522

Head of Corporate Media         

Email: matt.smith@lloydsbanking.com

 


This information is provided by RNS
The company news service from the London Stock Exchange
 
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