3 edition of Lloyds Bank in the history of English banking. found in the catalog.
Lloyds Bank in the history of English banking.
R. S. Sayers
by Oxford U.P
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||381|
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UK: Oxford at the Clarendon Press, Classic banking history. Larger octavo, pp., 15 plates (inc. colour), fold-out f Title: Lloyds Bank in the History of English Banking. Lloyds Bank in the history of English banking.
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The Roots of Lloyds Bank --The Bankers --The States of the Bank --The Bankers' Customers --Country Bankers and London Agents --Relations with the Bank of England --Competition and Co-operation with Other Banks --The Employment of Founds --West and Banking Traditions --Days of Crisis --The Organization of Banks --Amalgamation and Expansion.
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title self explatory i ffeel this is rally a detailed reference book i guess. both together do weigh a little but can post at cheapest possible way using 'parcel 2 go'. Lloyds Bank has a history which can be traced directly back to when button maker John Taylor and iron dealer Samson Lloyd set up a private banking operation in Birmingham.
However, despite having a history which goes back to it was not until that the first branch of Lloyds Bank was opened in Oldbury. Lloyds Banking Group, one of the largest comprehensive commercial banks in the United Kingdom, with subsidiary banks in other countries.
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