Octopus taps Lloyds Bank to drive further £550m into EV salary sacrifice scheme

Stuart Stone
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Octopus Electric Vehicles agrees debt securitisation facility from Lloyds Bank, taking total funding past £1bn mark

Octopus Electric Vehicles has secured another £550m financing to accelerate its corporate salary sacrifice scheme, which has to date seen staff at more than 4,000 firms sign up to secure savings on the...

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