commissioned bank

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EVATT, Elizabeth Andreas (born 1933), Member: World Bank Administrative Tribunal, 1998–2006; International Commission of Jurists, since 2003

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ROBERTS, Alfred (1897 - 1963), Member, Cotton Board, since 1948; Director, Bank of England, since 1956; Governor, Commonwealth Institute, since 1962; Mem., Commonwealth Scholarship Commission in Britain since 1961

MELVILLE, Leslie Galfreid (1902 - 2002), Member: Board, Reserve Bank, Australia, 1959–63, and 1965–74; Commonwealth Grants Commission, 1979–82 (Chairman, 1966–74)

ABELL, George Foster (1875 - 1946), JP Glos; Director Lloyds Bank, Ltd; Member of Council, Charing Cross Hospital and Cheltenham College; Member of Financial Commission of Church Assembly

KINGSHOTT, (Albert) Leonard (born 1930), Director: International Banking Division, Lloyds Bank Plc, 1985–89; Mutual Management Services, since 1993; Member, Monopolies and Mergers Commission, 1990–96

Brittan, Leon (1939 - 2015), Vice-Chairman, UBS Investment Bank (formerly UBS Warburg), 2000–14 (on secondment as Trade Adviser to the Prime Minister, 2010–11); Member, 1989–99, a Vice-President, 1989–93 and 1995–99, European Commission (formerly Commission of the European Communities)

Smith, Frederick Henry (1859 - 1946), PC 1924; DL Denbighshire; India rubber and cotton manufacturer; Director of Martin’s Bank Ltd; Royal Commission on Income Tax, Bank Amalgamation Committee, Government Contracts Committee, Flax Control Committee, Admiralty Committee on Dockyards, and member of various other Government Committees; JP Denbighshire, Carnarvonshire, Cheshire

BEGBIE, James (1859 - 1934), Secretary and Treasurer, Bank of Bombay, 1899–1915; Additional Member of Council, Governor of Bombay, 1911–12; Member of Royal Commission on Indian Finance and Currency, 1913

Crowther-Hunt, Geoffrey Crowther; Norman Crowther (1907 - 1972), Chairman, Commission on the Constitution, since 1969; Chancellor, The Open University, since 1969; Chairman, The Economist Newspaper Ltd; Director: Commercial Union Assurance Co. Ltd; Royal Bank of Canada; Member Governing Body, London School of Economics

GIBSON, Robert (1864 - 1934), Member of Melbourne University Council since 1923; late Australian Repatriation Office; Managing Director of the Austral Manufacturing Co. Ltd; Chairman of Robert Harper and Co. Ltd, merchants; President of the Victorian Chamber of Manufactures, 1922–25 Chairman, Commonwealth Bank since 1926; A Member of the State Electricity Commission, Victoria

TURTON, Edmund Russborough (1857 - 1929), MP (U) Thirsk and Malton Division since 1915; Chairman of North Riding Quarter Sessions and County Licensing Committee; Director of The Midland Bank, Yorkshire Insurance Company, and Scottish Boiler Insurance Company; Chairman of the Railway Clearing House; a Chairman of Standing Committees, House of Commons, and Member of the Royal Commission on Local Government

CAMPBELL, William Middleton (1849 - 1919), of Colgrain, Dumbartonshire; JP, DL of Dumbartonshire, and on the Commission of Lieutenancy for the City of London; Deputy-Governor Bank of England, 1905–07; Governor, 1907–09; Director since 1886; Director, Commercial Union Assurance Co. Ltd; member Curtis, Campbell, and Co., Rood Lane, EC

WALKER, (Byron) Edmund (1848 - 1924), President, Canadian Bank of Commerce since 1907; Chairman, Board of Governors, University of Toronto; Member of the National Battlefields Commission of Canada; President of Board of Trustees of the National Gallery of Canada; President and Founder of the Champlain Society for publishing rare works on Canadian History

PEACOCK, Edward Robert (1871 - 1962), a Director of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company and Harris and Partners, Toronto; formerly a Director of Baring Brothers & Co.; retired from Bank of England, 1946, after serving for 20 years as a Director; a Lieutenant of the City of London; a Rhodes Trustee; Chairman of Trustees, Imperial War Graves Commission; Chairman, Board of Management, Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851; a Trustee, King George’s Jubilee Trust

VAN DER BIJL, Hendrik Johannes (1887 - 1948), FRSSA etc.; Chairman, Electricity Supply Commission, since 1923; Chairman, SA Iron and Steel Industrial Corporation, Ltd, since 1928; Chairman and Managing Director, African Metals Corporation, Ltd, since 1937; Chairman, Industrial Development Corporation of SA Ltd, 1940–44; Director of SA Board, Barclays Bank, since 1939; Director-General of Supplies, 1943–46; Chancellor, University of Pretoria, since 1934; Hon. Colonel SA Tank Corps, 1942; Chairman, Vanderbijl Engineering Corporation Ltd since 1945; Chairman, Vanderbijl Park Estate Company since 1945

Lindsay, David Robert Alexander (1900 - 1975), DL, Head of House of Lindsay; Deputy Governor, Royal Bank of Scotland, since 1962; Trustee: British Museum, 1940–73; National Gallery, October 1935–December 1941, June 1945–June 1952, June 1953–July 1960 (Chairman, January 1938–December 1939 and May 1946–December 1948); National Galleries of Scotland since 1947 (Chairman, 1952–); National Library of Scotland, since 1944 (Chairman, 1944–74); The Pilgrim Trust since 1949; Chairman: Royal Fine Art Commission, 1943–57; National Trust, 1945–65; National Art-Collections Fund


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A bank that is a party to a securities issue with some of the duties and functions of a trustee.

Subjects: Economics.

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