Foreign Credit Facilities in the United Kingdom: A Sketch of Post-War Development and Present Status

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APPENDIX III FOREIGN AND DOMINION AFFILIATIONS1 (THROUGH STOCK OWNERSHIP) OF JOINT STOCK BANKS ORGANIZED UNDER ENGLISH COMPANIES ACTS, OR ROYAL CHAPTER2
Bank of England--Anglo-Austrian Bank (a) (see Chapter II) (Con-
trols Anglo-Czech Bank)
Principal English Joint Stock Banks--The "Big Five"3.
BarclaysAnglo-Egyptian (a) (94% of share capital)
Barclays Bank (Overseas) (a)
Banque du Commerce, Antwerp (c)
Llyods British Italian Corporation (c) (associated with
Compagnia Italo Britannica)
Bank of British West Africa (c) (approximately
12% capital)
London & River Plate Bank (a) (99% of issued
capital)
Lloyds & National Provincial Foreign Bank (b)
(50% capital)
National Bank of New Zealand (c) (appy. 12%
of issued stock)
P. & O. Banking Corporation (helped to form)
South Russian Banking Agency (b) (one-quarter
interest)
Cox & Company (a) (Latter controls Henry S.
King & Co.)
(a) Is controlled by(a1) Controls
(b) Is jointly controlled by(b1) Controls jointly
(c) Is affiliated with, through(c1) Has a slight ownership of
slight ownership of itsstock in
stock by
____________________
1
Key as follows:
2
Banks not having important affiliations are omitted; also Scotch
and Irish Banks.
3
See also chapter vii

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