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Lord Stratford

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Lord Foster of Thames Bank

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Lord Rodgers of Quarry Bank

Liberal Democrat Peer (30 Nov 1991 – current)

Lord Guthrie of Craigiebank

Former Crossbench Peer (23 Jul 2001 – 1 Dec 2020)

Ted Brocklebank

Former Conservative MSP for Mid Scotland and Fife (1 May 2003 – 23 Mar 2011)

Mr William Bankes

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Mr Joseph Firbank

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Sir Dudley Marjoribanks

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Mr Edward Marjoribanks

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Sir Frederick Milbank

Former MP for Richmond (Yorks) (11 Jul 1865 – 26 Jun 1886)

Mr Powlett Milbank

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Mr George Bankes

Former MP for Dorset (29 Jun 1841 – 6 Jul 1856)

Sir Clement Brocklebank

Former MP for Liverpool Fairfield (29 Oct 1924 – 15 Jun 1945)

Mr Christopher Brocklebank-Fowler

Former MP for North West Norfolk (18 Jun 1970 – 13 May 1983)

Mr Edward Marjoribanks

Former MP for Eastbourne (30 May 1929 – 2 Apr 1932)

Mr Charles Marjoribanks

Former MP for Berwickshire (10 Dec 1832 – 0 1834)

Mr Stewart Marjoribanks

Former MP for Hythe (10 Dec 1832 – 23 Jul 1847)

Master of Elibank

Former MP for Edinburghshire (1 Oct 1900 – 9 Sep 1912)

Mr Reginald Banks

Former MP for Swindon (15 Nov 1922 – 30 Nov 1934)

Colonel Cyril Banks

Former MP for Pudsey (23 Feb 1950 – 18 Sep 1959)

Mr Robert Banks

Former MP for Harrogate (10 Oct 1974 – 8 Apr 1997)

Mr Matthew Banks

Former MP for Southport (9 Apr 1992 – 8 Apr 1997)

Mr George Bankes

Former MP for Corfe Castle (13 Feb 1816 – 3 Dec 1832)

Mr Henry Bankes

Former MP for Dorset (9 Sep 1780 – 16 May 1831)

Sir John Marjoribanks

Former MP for Berwickshire (7 Nov 1812 – 27 Jun 1826)

Mr Mark Milbank

Former MP for Camelford (17 Jun 1818 – 17 Apr 1819)

Sir Ralph Milbanke

Former MP for Durham County (8 Jul 1790 – 24 Nov 1812)

Lord Duncan of Springbank

Conservative Peer (14 Jul 2017 – current)

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Written Answers — Treasury: Banking Licences (8 Jul 2002)

Ruth Kelly: The information is as follows: (a) In the period between 1 May 1997 and 30 November 2001, a total of 42 institutions were granted banking licences under the Banking Act 1987. Since 1 December 2001, one firm has been authorised as a bank under the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000, and it appears on the Financial Services Authority's public register. A detailed list of these 43 firms...

Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Post Office Card Account (14 Feb 2006)

James Plaskitt: holding answer 13 February 2006 Customers who hold basic bank accounts with one of a wide range of high street banks can use any post office branch to make an unlimited number of cash withdrawals free of charge. Such banks are: Abbey; Alliance and Leicester; Bank of Ireland; Bank of Scotland; Barclays; Clydesdale Bank; Co-operative Bank; First Trust; Halifax; HSBC; Lloyds TSB; Nationwide;...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Banking (10 Jan 2011)

Lord Sassoon: No separate estimates of the yield from the bank levy or the bank payroll tax for United Kingdom incorporated bank entities have been made. The bank payroll tax applied to certain entities (banks and holding companies) in banking groups operating in the UK as well as to bank companies in non-banking groups operating in the UK. It therefore applied to both UK incorporated banks (in both UK and...

Public Bill Committee: Digital Economy Bill: Extension of Bank of England oversight of payment systems (1 Nov 2016)

1 The Banking Act 2009 is amended as follows. 2 In the heading to Part 5 (inter-bank payment systems) omit “Inter-bank”. 3 In section 181 (overview) for “payments between financial institutions” substitute “transferring money”. 4 (1) Section 182 (interpretation: “inter-bank payment system”) is amended as follows. (2) In subsection (1)— (a) omit “inter-bank”; (b) omit the...

Written Answers — Work and Pensions: Post Office Card Account (22 May 2003)

Malcolm Wicks: There are a range of bank and building society accounts into which direct payment of pensions and benefits can be made. The institutions which agreed to make their basic bank accounts accessible at Post Offices, from April 2003 are: Abbey National; Alliance and Leicester; Bank of Ireland; Bank of Scotland; Barclays; Clydesdale bank; The Co-operative bank; First Trust bank; Halifax; HSBC;...

Public Bill Committee: Digital Economy Bill: Consequential amendments (1 Nov 2016)

...2012 is amended as follows. 32 (1) Section 68 (cases in which Treasury may arrange independent enquiries) is amended as follows. (2) In subsection (3), in paragraphs (a) and (b)(ii), omit “inter-bank”. (3) In subsection (5), in the definition of “recognised inter-bank payment system”— (a) omit the first “inter-bank”; (b) for “an inter-bank” substitute “a”. 33 In...

Written Answers — Treasury: Network Banking Scheme (18 Jul 2006)

Jim Fitzpatrick: I have been asked to reply. Network banking constitutes commercial arrangements between Post Office Ltd and high street banks allowing their current account customers to access their accounts at post office branches. Currently customers of Alliance and Leicester, Bank of Ireland, Barclays (England and Wales only), Clydesdale Bank, The Co-operative Bank, Lloyds TSB (England, Scotland and Wales...

Northern Ireland Banknote (Designation of Authorised Bank) Regulations 2020 - Motion to Consider (2 Jun 2020)

Baroness Penn: My Lords, in the UK, seven banks currently hold the authority to issue commercial bank notes: four in Northern Ireland and three in Scotland. One of these banks, Ulster Bank, is part of the RBS Group and is a direct subsidiary of NatWest Bank. Later this year, the RBS Group will undertake a planned restructure, which will involve the removal of Ulster Bank’s banking licence and its transfer...

Banking Bill: Committee (2nd Day) (14 Jan 2009)

Lord Davies of Oldham: I have gone as far as I can in explaining the onward bridge bank. It is where the Bank of England has a potentially disposable asset that it wants to transform into one that in fact does meet the requirements of the market. We must give the Bank greater flexibility to effect this. The onward bridge bank is only an addition to the provision of the bridge bank, preparatory to the Bank making...

Public Bill Committee: Banking Bill: Clause 138 (18 Nov 2008)

Amendments made: No. 168, in clause 138, page 75, line 7, after ‘bridge bank’ insert ‘(“the original bridge bank”)’. No. 169, in clause 138, page 75, line 10, after ‘bridge bank’ insert ‘to a transferee (“the onward transferee”).’. No. 170, in clause 138, page 75, line 11, leave out ‘transferee under the onward property transfer...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Public Private Partnerships: Public Private Partnerships (5 Nov 2008)

John Swinney: Information on banks as equity investors in PFI projects, where held, is provided in the following table. The information reflects the position when the original project contracts were signed. Equity investors are able to sell their investment subsequently. The major funding for PFI projects is from institutions providing debt finance, many of which are banks. Information on these...

Scottish Parliament: Clydesdale Bank (Branch Closures) (29 Jun 2005)

Murdo Fraser: I congratulate Paul Martin on securing the debate and on the way in which he spoke to the motion. We are discussing the closure of up to 60 Clydesdale Bank branches across Scotland over the next 18 months. Members have already pointed out the potential impact of such a move as well as the possibility of there being wider economic consequences. Ten years ago, the small town in which I live in...

Written Answers — Trade and Industry: Small Firms Loan Guarantee Scheme (20 Feb 2007)

Margaret Hodge: ...from the earliest available records (1994-95) to the last full financial year prior to the implementation of the Graham Review changes (2004-05). Lender Total number of Guarantees Barclays Bank 10,428 Nat West Bank 11,482 HSBC 13,316 Bank of Scotland 3,982 Royal Bank of Scotland 3,307 Clydesdale Bank 437 Co-Operative Bank 140 Yorkshire Bank 206 Bank...

Written Answers — Treasury: Bank Services : Post Offices (4 Dec 2006)

Edward Balls: The most recent FSA guide to basic bank accounts, published in September 2006, lists 17 providers whose basic bank accounts are accessible at the Post Office. Recent evidence published by the Treasury Select Committee lists 10 providers whose current accounts are accessible at the Post Office. Basic bank accounts accessible at the Post Office( 1) Abbey: Basic Account Alliance and Leicester:...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Banks: Fees and Charges (29 Jan 2015)

Claire Perry: The banks that charged more than £1,000 in 2013-14; and the reason for each such bank chargeare listed in the table below: Which Bank charged the Department more than £1000 Reason RBS This is the payment made for the running of British Transport Police accounts including charges for BACS and CHAPS payments International Banks around the Globe VCA has a global...

Amendment of the Law (26 Mar 2012)

Andrea Leadsom: I completely agree with the hon. Gentleman. Before Virgin took over Northern Rock, Metro Bank was the only company to have been granted a full banking licence in 100 years. I have met entrepreneurs who would love to finance and set up new banks, and we have seen the launch of some new financial services products through the likes of Tesco and Marks and Spencer, but competition remains woeful....

Oral Answers to Questions — Education.: Subversive Propaganda (Russian Money). (11 Jun 1928)

The abject of the enquiry being to ascertain the channels through which certain Treasury notes known to have passed through the Bank had reached various Communist organisations, my representatives began by asking from what source the Bank obtained its supplies of Treasury notes. They were assured that all supplies of £1 Treasury notes required by the Bank were obtained against cheques drawn...

Finance (No. 2) Bill: Review on inclusive growth and equality (18 Dec 2017)

Mel Stride: ...that point, and if it is not for me to respond, I will make sure the appropriate Minister in the appropriate Department does so. We expect to raise over £25 billion from the additional taxes that banks pay over this period, on top of the £19 billion that we have raised to date since 2011. By 2023 we will have raised more than £44 billion in additional bank taxes introduced since the...

Oral Answers to Questions — International Development: Development Banks (1 Mar 2000)

Clare Short: The Government are a major shareholder in, and work closely with, all the key multilateral development banks—the World Bank, the Asian Development bank, the Inter-American Development bank, the African Development bank, the Caribbean Development bank, and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development. I am the United Kingdom governor of the development banks, and an alternate...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Bank of England (20 Jun 2011)

Lord Sassoon: The Court of the Bank of England is responsible for determining the Bank's objectives and strategy, ensuring the effective discharge of the Bank's functions, ensuring the most efficient use of the Bank's resources and reviewing the Bank's strategy in relation to the Financial Stability Objective. The Bank contributed substantially to the analysis of the lessons from the financial crisis, both...

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