Third Party Policies
Our Code of Supplier Responsibility, accessible from Responsible Sourcing, sets out the minimum standards we expect all our suppliers to conform to. We assess all of our suppliers against the Code and its principles.
Suppliers are also asked to comply with the Third Party Supplier Policies when applicable to the services provided by that supplier to the Group. Third party policies are documents which:
- articulate Lloyds Banking Group's expectations in regards to behaviours and decision making
- address the primary areas of risk which Lloyds Banking Group faces
- translate Lloyds Banking Group's risk appetite into mandatory requirements and Policy Key Controls
If you, as a supplier to the Bank, are unclear which Third Party Policies apply to the service you are providing, then please contact your Lloyds Banking Group supplier contact for clarification.
To download the current versions of Lloyds Banking Group Third Party Policies, select the relevant link/s below.
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Anti Money Laundering Third Party Policy June 2017
Anti Bribery Third Party Policy June 2017
Complaint Handling Third Party Policy August 2017
Compliance Third Party Policy August 2017
Customer Treatment Third Party Policy December 2016
Data Privacy Third Party Policy December 2016
Fraud Third Party Policy September 2017
Group Colleague Third Party Policy March 2017
Group Health, Safety and Fire Third Party Policy October 2016
Group Payments Third Party Policy August 2016
Group Sourcing Supplier Third Party Policy October 2016
Information and Cyber Security Third Party Policy December 2016
Operational Risk Third Party Policy December 2016
Records Management Third Party Policy November 2016
Remuneration Third Party Policy July 2017
Sanctions Third Party Policy September 2017
Social Media Third Party Policy December 2016
SpeakUp Third Party Policy June 2017