Girobank


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Girobank

n (Brit) → Postbank f; Girobank transferPostüberweisung f
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Prior to departing the Midlands, Mr Macleod was general manager UK Corporate Banking with Girobank in Birmingham.
Readers may remember Thatcher got rid of the Post Office Girobank launched by Labour.
25 years ago MIDDLESBROUGH and Cleveland Harriers team were appearing for a record ninth successive time in the national final of the Girobank Young Athletes League in Birmingham.
When Girobank was sold to Alliance & Leicester, that was the first big nail in our coffin.
I first met Norman when I was a journalist at National Girobank in Bootle in the mid 70s.
It was previously the HQ of the governmentowned Girobank with the building often still called "the Giro".
The Post Office has not been able to offer banking services since the Alliance and Leicester bought the network's National Girobank in 1990.
Q: I'VE found an old Girobank cheque book but the Post Of fice says it doesn't deal with it anymore.
Kerry Magee, 33, faked Girobank pay-in documents over three years while she was employed as a financial agent at her home in Perth.
But research carried out for Girobank found that cash was increasing in popularity, with 67 per cent of people strongly disagreeing with the statement that cash was old-fashioned, up from 63 per cent in 2001.
People living in the South East are most confident the pound will be phased out, with 61% expecting the UK to join the euro, followed by 60% of people in Scotland and 57% of those in the North West, according to Girobank, the commercial banking arm of Alliance & Leicester.