On 1st April 1965 the news broke that the Midland Bank (as London City & Midland Bank was now known) were proposing to purchase all the share capital of Northern Bank.
Further bank groupings, although not yet mergers, would soon take place on the island of Ireland with groups coming into being by 1967:
Late 1967 saw the arrival into both banks of a team from Midland Bank with the aim of bringing their systems into line with each other.
On 20th November 1968, the staff were informed of the creation of ‘United Northern Banks Limited’ to, at a later date, complete the integration of the 2 banks.
A Private Bill was to be enacted in the Parliament of Northern Ireland that would allow the merger of the two banks on 1st July 1970 without the use of the 3rd company. It would take until late 1969 for the banks directors to decide on the name of the future organisation.
A Private Bill was to be enacted in the Parliament of Northern Ireland that would allow the merger of the two banks on 1st July 1970 without the use of the 3rd company.
28. apr 2021Danske Bank Interim report first quarter 2021
|Company Name||Founded Date||Revenue||Employee Size||Job Openings|
The Savings Bank1869
Reading Cooperative Bank1886
People's United Bank1842
Winchester Savings Bank1871
Camden National Bank1875
Old National Bank1834