Noel Edmonds told 'this isn't a show' as he gatecrashes Lloyds AGM - where can i buy a bbq grill
Television show host Noel Edmunds was told at the bank's annual general meeting that it was "not a show" when he attacked Lloyds Bank's boss ".
Edmonds bought a stake at 67 p so he could attend the meeting and he was one of 20.
78% shareholders voted against the compensation plan of the top leaders of the bank.
The former trading or no-trading host was allegedly the victim of fraud by former employees at HBOS Reading, and Lloyd saved the company during the financial crisis.
During the annual general meeting in Edinburgh, he told the bosses: "If you want to turn it into a game show, as you do with us, I would call it 'meaningless '.
"If you want to turn it into 'prison or no jail', you are moving in the right direction.
"It's serious, but I 've been asking questions and you 've been avoiding it.
Lord Blackwell responded: "It's not Mr Edmonds's show, it's the annual general meeting.
"You 've listed a version of the event on what you think happened.
We have different views on the incident and we do not agree.
"You would like to continue the investigation in court, and I am pleased to have the tribunal review the evidence, and I am pleased to have the judge decide on the basis of the evidence that I would also like you to be right.
"In an interim vote at the annual general meeting, more than 5 shareholders of Lloyds Bank voted against the bank's compensation report.
Antonio Horta, bank owner
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Mr. Edmonds advised Mr. Horta.
Osorio is aware of the crimes of former employees of HBOS Reading.
Lloyds bank rejected the basis for Mr Edmund's claim.
Mr Edmonds added: "I know I will win, and I know that victory is valuable to thousands of others who have been treated so badly.
"I had to buy a 67 p stock that had fallen and I never thought of failing like that stock before.
I paid 67 P for the chairman and I thought it was a good deal.
"Prior to the meeting, the advisory group body Shareholder Services (ISS) recommended voting against the report, highlighting the difference between" pay and relative performance.
The group said: "Although the pay ratio has not yet been disclosed, ISS has calculated that the CEO's salary is 95 times the average employee of the organization.
They also questioned the "overly complex" bonus structure and stressed the lack of clarity on "how the results of bonuses publicly disclosed by the company are actually determined.
Lord Blackwell, chairman of Lloyds Bank, said after the vote: "However, as I said, the vote has already taken place and we are disappointed that some shareholders have not supported the resolution this year, we will certainly notice and respond to them.
"But while the protest will not change pay, Lloyds Bank will include more than 20% of the companies whose shareholders oppose a resolution in the public register.
Shareholders also slammed the bank's customer service record, raising questions from abuse of small businesses to mortgage interest rates for vulnerable customers.
Reports from the meeting said it was "mainly hostile ".
On February, Lloyds Bank Group announced an annual profit surge of 24% to a record £ 5. 3bn.