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DREW, Joanna Marie (1929 - 2003), Director, Hayward and Regional Exhibitions, South Bank Centre, 1987–92

EVANS, (William) Emrys (1924 - 2004), Senior Regional Director, Wales, Midland Bank Ltd, 1976–84

NORRIS, Herbert Walter (1904 - 1991), Regional Director, South East Region, National Westminster Bank Ltd, 1969–73; Deputy Chief General Manager, 1962–65, Director, 1965–68, Westminster Bank Ltd

DEWAR, Robert James (1923 - 2013), Chief of Agricultural Division, Regional Mission for Eastern Africa, World Bank, 1974–84

OXFORD, Kenneth (Gordon) (1924 - 1998), Chief Constable, Merseyside Police, 1976–89; Regional Director, Lloyds Bank plc, 1989–91

BANKS, James Dallaway (1917 - 1985), seconded to Regional and Planning Division, Department of Health and Social Security, 1973–75, retired 1975

THWAITE, Hartley (1903 - 1978), JP; Yorkshire District Manager, Lloyds Bank Ltd, retired (Yorkshire Regional Director, 1963–70)

SMITH, (Charles) Russell (1925 - 2006), Chairman, Allied Textile Companies PLC, 1983–91 (Chief Executive, 1963–86); Director, Lloyds Bank plc, 1985–95 (Regional Chairman, Yorkshire and Humberside, 1984–91; Regional Director, 1973–91)

 

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1 A US bank that operates in one state or several states but in a limited geographical region. Bank holding companies of significant size with subsidiary banks in separate US states covering a wider region are often known as super-regional banks.

2 A local Japanese bank.

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