Chartered Bank

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Chartered Bank Of India, Australia And China
... The Chartered Bank of India, Australia and China (informally The Chartered Bank) was a bank incorporated in London in 1853 by Scotsman James Wilson, under a Royal Charter from Queen Victoria ... In 1969 Chartered Bank merged with Standard Bank, which did business throughout Africa ... in London under the name Standard Chartered ...
Standard Chartered Thailand - History
... Standard Chartered Bank has been in Thailand since 1894 when the Chartered Bank of India, Australia and China first established a branch in Bangkok ... In 1999, Standard Chartered acquired 75% of the shares of Thailand's Nakornthon Bank for THB 12.377 billion (GBP 193 million) ... held by the Financial Institutions Development Fund, a fund established by the Bank of Thailand, which has recapitalised Nakornthon to approximately THB 7 billion (GBP 109 million) ...
Eastern Bank Ltd - History - Amalgamation Into Standard Chartered: 1957 - 1971
... In 1957, the Mundhra Scandal inflicted heavy losses on Eastern Bank's Bombay and Calcutta branches ... The same year, Barclays DCO and the Sassoon family sold their controlling interest in the bank to Chartered Bank, an Eastern Bank rival ... At that time, Chartered bank faced the challenges of a post colonial world with new national government policies in China, India, Burma and Ceylon, and saw Eastern bank as a ...
K. P. Chen - Career - The Shanghai Commercial & Savings Bank (The Shanghai Bank)
... Red Cross, Zhuang Dezhi, founded The Shanghai Commercial and Savings Bank, in Shanghai in June 1915, and was appointed its General Manager ... their initial capital was so small the bank became known as "the Little Shanghai Bank" ... people trust it and claimed that the aim of The Shanghai Bank was to serve society and not just make a profit ...

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