Trustee Savings Bank


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Trustee Savings Bank

n (Brit) → cassa di risparmio
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In 1887 the Trustee Savings Bank Association was set up and the branches brought together in 1975.
Companies such as British Aerospace, British Telecom, British Gas and the Trustee Savings Bank ceased to be state owned, passing into the private sector.
A: THE Trustee Savings Bank is now part of LloydsTSB and you can take the passbook into your local branch to see if there is any money on the account.
The first instore bank in the Irish Republic, a joint venture between the Superquinn chain and the Trustee Savings Bank, is closing down at the end of the year with losses of around |6m [pounds sterling].
In establishing small savings facilities throughout the country, including areas hitherto lacking a local trustee savings bank, the P.
The bank later became Trustee Savings Bank, or TSB.
There was a clock on the Trustee Savings Bank on Heaton Road, where the chap with the Evening Chronicle's used to stand.
October 21, 1969: National Savings had dropped dramatically for four of the five channels of investment over the last three months, with only the Trustee Savings Bank showing an increase.
Of several schemes aimed at encouraging working-class thrift the most important would prove to be the provident institution or trustee savings bank.
Prior to joining Wise Speke in 1999, Mr Walker spent 17 years with Trustee Savings Bank, the final three as branch manager, and then seven years with London Life Association.
Vera worked at Armstrong Siddeley for 12 years, then moved to the Trustee Savings Bank before leaving when their son was born.