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BROMLEY-MARTIN, Granville Edward (died 1941), banker; London Managing Director Martin’s Bank, Ltd

MARTIN, Richard Biddulph (1838 - 1916), banker; Chairman Martin’s Bank, Ltd

NOBLE, Philip Ernest (died 1931), banker; Director of Lloyds Bank, Ltd, since 1912; Director of The National Bank of Scotland, Ltd

LEWIS, Alfred (Edward) (1868 - 1940), a Director of National Provincial Bank Ltd, of Bank of British West Africa, Ltd and of Yorkshire Penny Bank, Ltd; Vice-President Institute of Bankers

Gibbs, Walter Durant (1888 - 1969), Director: Antony Gibbs & Sons (Chairman, 1939–65); Westminster Bank (Chm., 1950–61); English Scottish Australian Bank, etc; Pres., British Assoc. of Bankers, 1954, 1955

GRAY, Alexander (George) (1884 - 1968), late Manager, Bank of India, Ltd, Bombay; Vice-President, Indian Institute of Bankers

JONES, Robert Walter (1890 - 1951), Fellow and Dep. Chairman of Council, Institute of Bankers; Manager, Trustee Dept, Westminster Bank, Ltd since 1948

Mills, Arthur Robert (1891 - 1952), DL, partner in Glyn, Mills and Co., Bankers, and a Director of Union Bank of Australia; Chairman Marine Insurance Company

JOHNS, Whitfield Glanville (1877 - 1941), a General Manager, Lloyds Bank; Chairman of West London Hospital since 1933, and Chairman of the Bankers’ Health Insurance Society

FLEMING, Richard Evelyn (1911 - 1977), merchant banker; a Director, Robert Fleming Holdings, Chairman 1966–74; Director, Barclays Bank Ltd and other companies

GARFIT, William (1840 - 1920), JP, DL; Sheriff of Lincolnshire, 1892; Chairman of Holland Division Lincolnshire Quarter Sessions, 1900–14; banker; Director Lloyds Bank

FRENCH, John Russell (1847 - 1921), General Manager, Bank of New South Wales; President of Institute of Bankers

BROOKS, William Cunliffe (1819 - 1900), JP, DL; Banker, London, Manchester, and Blackburn (Old Bank); MP (C) Altrincham Division Cheshire, from 1886

GILLIAT, John Saunders (1829 - 1912), JP; Director of Bank of England (Governor 1883); senior partner of John K. Gilliat Co., American merchants and bankers

NORMAN, Edward (1847 - 1923), banker; Chairman, Bank of Liverpool and Martin’s Ltd, London Board, since 1919

 

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1 A bank created by a group of independent banks in order to set up a clearing cycle.

2 A central bank that holds accounts for banks within its jurisdiction.

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