Trustee Savings Bank


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Trustee Savings Bank

n (Brit) → cassa di risparmio
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Most joined up to create the Trustee Savings Bank that is now part of the taxpayer-rescued Lloyds Banking Group.
THE first trustee savings bank was set up by the Rev Henry Duncan of Ruthwell, Dumfriesshire, for his poorest parishioners in 1810.
The bank, set up to help the city recover after World War I, became a trustee savings bank in 1967 and later merged with Lloyds TSB.
In 1986 the Trustee Savings Bank was also an asset that the government did not own, but it was 'privatised' on the basis that as there was deemed to be no owner to receive the purchase money, buyers received not only ownership of the bank, but also the money they bought it with.
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.
Fishlow, `The Trustee Savings Bank, 1817-1861', Journal of Economic History, vol.
In establishing small savings facilities throughout the country, including areas hitherto lacking a local trustee savings bank, the P.O.S.B.
The award comes from the Henry Duncan Grant, in honour of the Reverend Henry Duncan who founded the first Trustee Savings Bank.
But my friend Brian worked at the Trustee Savings Bank over the water on Scottie Road.