Exclusive: Greene King and Lloyd's of London apologise over slavery links and pledge payments to BAME groups Move marks first time controversy over UK's past involvement with slavery has impacted the corporate sector Bank and Church of England sorry for slavery tiesThe Bank said it was "inexcusable" that former senior figures had profited from the slave trade. Bank of England apologizes for past links to slavery as UK reckons with pastUK's central bank disavows former governors who had ties to slave trade as global anti-racism movement forces British institutions to grapple with uncomfortable histories U.K. firms apologize for slavery links as Bank of England plans to remove pictures | The Japan TimesGlobal protests sparked by the killing of George Floyd are pushing the U.K. to acknowledge past links to slavery and racism. The Bank of England apologized From the Town Square to the Boardroom: Britain Grapples With Its Racist PastTwo prominent firms, Lloyd’s of London and Greene King, have acknowledged their ties to the slave trade and pledged to make amends. From the Town Square to the Boardroom: Britain Grapples With Its Racist PastTwo prominent firms, Lloyd’s of London and Greene King, have acknowledged their ties to the slave trade and pledged to make amends. Barclays, HSBC and Lloyds among UK banks that had links to slaveryMany bank directors received compensation after slavery was made illegal in 1833 Companies apologise over slavery links and pledge payments to BAME groupsTwo of UK's biggest companies listed on database of firms with historic links to slave trade Lloyd's of London and Greene King apologise for slave trade linksThe companies pledge to make large donations to race equality charities over historic roles in the salve trade centuries ago. Exclusive: Church of England and Bank of England apologise for historic slavery linksChurch says links to slavery 'a source of shame' and Bank calls 18th and 19th century trade an 'unacceptable part of English history' British companies apologize for ties to slaveryTwo major British companies have acknowledged their historic ties to the slave trade and pledged new financial support to black and minority ethnic communities. Bank praised by Boris Johnson had slavery links, data showsArbuthnot Latham founder owned hundreds of people and received payout when trade was abolished, UCL says Lloyd’s of London apologizes for role in Atlantic slave tradeBritish insurance giant Lloyd’s of London apologized for its role in the Atlantic slave trade amid an international uproar over systemic racism. Pub chain and insurer apologise for slavery linksGreene King and Lloyd's of London have both pledged to make donations to BAME groups. Lloyd's of London and Greene King to make slave trade reparationsFirms will provide money to benefit the BAME community and promote diversity Lloyd's of London apologises for 'shameful' role in Atlantic slave tradeThe Lloyd's of London insurance market has apologised for its role in the 18th and 19th Century Atlantic slave trade and has agreed to fund charities and organisations promoting opportunities for black and ethnic minority groups.