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2015, ISBN 9781118994085, x, 213 p., 8 unnumbered p.s of pages
"Banks are held out as symbols of stability, safe places to put your money. Yet since the early 1980's over 3,400 banks have failed, an average of about two a... 
United States | Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation | Banks and banking | Bank failures | State supervision | Government policy | Deposit insurance
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2011, MENA development report, ISBN 9780821388358, xxvi, 334
This report contributes to the effort to improve Middle East and North Africa's (MENA's) growth and employment performance by providing a diagnostic of MENA's... 
Banks and banking | Financial institutions | Finance | POSTAL COUNTERS | LEGAL FRAMEWORK | INTERNATIONAL MAIL | NEW TECHNOLOGY | ATM CARD | MAIL FLOW | CREDIT PRODUCTS | POSTAL MARKETS | MAIL PROCESSING | SAVINGS MOBILIZATION | POSTAL MARKET | REMOTE POST OFFICES | PRIVATIZATION | MIDDLE EAST | SUBSIDIARIES | UPU | DEFICITS | POSTAL SERVICES | TRADITIONAL MAIL | POSTAL STAFF | ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY | POSTAL POLICY | FIXED ASSET | NATIONAL POSTAL | MONEY TRANSFER SERVICES | FINANCIAL INSTITUTION | FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE | MAIL ITEMS | POSTAL OFFICES | DIGITAL | POSTAL BANKS | POSTS | REMITTANCES · PRODUCT | MONEY TRANSFER PRODUCTS | LIQUIDITY | FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS | UNIVERSAL POSTAL UNION | POSTAL BANK | TELECOMMUNICATION | COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY | INCOME | MAIL SERVICES | POST OFFICE SAVINGS | POST OFFICE SAVINGS BANKS | POSTAL OPERATOR | OUTSOURCING | MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS | TELECOMMUNICATION SERVICES | PROFITABILITY | E-MAIL | FINANCIAL TRANSACTIONS | LEARNING | PUBLIC POSTAL SECTOR | MAIL BUSINESS | MARKETING | POST OFFICES | WORLDWIDE POSTAL NETWORK | REMITTANCE SERVICES | DEPOSIT MARKET | MAIL VOLUME | PAYMENT SYSTEMS | DEPOSITS | MAIL VOLUMES | ATM | FINANCIAL SERVICES | LATIN AMERICAN | POSTAL ADMINISTRATIONS | POSTAL MANAGEMENT | COMMERCIAL BANKS | SAVINGS ACCOUNTS | ACCOUNTING STANDARDS | POST | POSTAL INFRASTRUCTURE | POSTAL OPERATORS | INTERNATIONAL REMITTANCE | PACKAGES | MONEY TRANSFERS | DATABASE MANAGEMENT | MONEY TRANSMISSION | COMPUTERIZATION | POSTAL NETWORK | MONEY TRANSFER | PROGRAMS | INFORMATION SERVICES | POSTAL REVENUES | BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT | POSTAL SECTOR REFORM | ACCOUNTING | POSTAL EMPLOYEE | POSTAL NETWORKS | MICROFINANCE | NATIONAL POSTAL OPERATORS | UNIVERSAL SERVICE OBLIGATION | MAIL FLOWS | NORTH AFRICA | POSTAL OPERATIONS | PUBLIC SERVICES | POSTAL SAVINGS | COMMUNITIES | POSTAL FINANCIAL SERVICES | TELECOMMUNICATIONS | POSTAL MAIL | POSTAL REFORM | DIGITAL DIVIDE | PAYMENT SERVICES | NUMBER OF POST OFFICES | DEPOSITORS | CREDIT CARDS | PAYMENTS INSTRUMENTS | NEW TECHNOLOGIES | EGOVERNMENT | POSTAL ORGANIZATIONS | PRIVATE OPERATORS | INSURANCE | POSTAL | MAIL CARRIERS | QUALITY OF SERVICE | POSTAL SERVICE | CENTRAL BANKS | BASIC | NATIONAL POSTAL OPERATOR | MAIL CARRIER | ACCOUNTING PRACTICES | TRANSPORT | UNIVERSAL SERVICE | LETTER CARRIERS | E-GOVERNMENT | RURAL POST OFFICES | COMMERCIALIZATION | MAIL SERVICE | PENSIONS | PUBLIC AGENCIES | MIGRATION | UNIVERSAL POSTAL | VOLUMES OF MAIL | INTERNATIONAL REMITTANCES | VOLUME OF MAIL | PARCELS | REMITTANCES FOR DEVELOPMENT | E-LEARNING | BANK BRANCHES | FINANCIAL SERVICE PROVIDERS | MAIL HANDLING | PRODUCTIVITY | COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES | SAVINGS BANKS | POST OFFICE | POSTAL CHECKING | POSTAL AGENTS
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2013, ISBN 9781484315347, xiii, 229
China has reached a stage where further financial sector reforms appear essential. As the reform process progresses and macrofinancial linkages deepen, the... 
Banks and banking | Macroeconomics | China Economic policy | Economic development | Finance | Economic stabilization
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2003, ISBN 082135499X, vii, 122
Many of the distortions in poorly performing economies do not originate in the banking sector, but where state banks still control a large share of the... 
Privatization | Banks and banking | Government ownership | CENTRAL PLANNING | FOREIGN BANKS | COLLATERAL | STRUCTURAL CHANGE | COMMERCIAL BANKS | SHAREHOLDERS | BANKING SUPERVISION | PORTFOLIOS | EXPORT FINANCING | LIQUIDITY SHORTAGES | SPECIALIZED BANKS | OWNERSHIP STRUCTURE | DEBT | ECONOMIC STRUCTURE | MONETARY POLICY | FISCAL POLICIES | FISCAL DEFICITS | GDP | PRIVATIZATION | MACROECONOMIC STABILITY | INFLATION RATES | CONTRACT ENFORCEMENT | TRANSITION ECONOMIES | ACCOUNTING | STATE OWNERSHIP | ECONOMIC GROWTH | BANKING SYSTEMS | TRANSACTION COSTS | ACCOUNTS | AGRICULTURE | LEASING | INTEREST RATES | TURNOVER TAXES | DAMAGES | VALUATION | DECENTRALIZATION | BANK LOANS | LAWS | INFLATION RATE | ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE | CENTRAL BANK | FOREIGN EXCHANGE | MONETARY SYSTEMS | EMERGING MARKETS | FINANCIAL SECTOR | BANK ASSETS | MONETARY INDICATORS | COMPETITIVE MARKETS | BANK CAPITAL | LIQUIDITY | STATE BANKS | HARD BUDGET CONSTRAINTS | CONSUMER PRICE INDEX | FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS | CORPORATE GOVERNANCE | JOINT STOCK COMPANIES | TREASURY BILLS | CENTRAL BANKS | DOMESTIC CREDIT | LEGISLATION | BALANCE OF PAYMENTS | TRANSPORT | BANKS | FINANCIAL INFORMATION | PUBLIC ENTERPRISES | HOUSING | JUDICIAL SYSTEMS | UNEMPLOYMENT | RECAPITALIZATION | SOLVENCY | BANKING OPERATIONS | SECURITIES | BANKRUPTCY | TOTAL OUTPUT | STATE ENTERPRISES | CAPITAL REQUIREMENTS | FINANCIAL INTERMEDIATION | FINANCIAL CRISIS | DEPOSITS | INFLATION | AGRICULTURAL OUTPUT | CENTRALLY PLANNED ECONOMIES | SAVINGS | DEMAND DEPOSITS | PER CAPITA INCOME | TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE | BANK LENDING | FINANCIAL SYSTEMS | FINANCIAL SECTOR REFORM | GOVERNMENT POLICIES | PURCHASING POWER | DEPRECIATION | ECONOMIC REFORM
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2012, ISBN 1616353813, xx, 328
Emerging Europe was particularly hard hit by the global financial crisis, but a concerted effort by local policymakers and the international community staved... 
Parex | Global Financial Crisis | Boom-bust | Credit Boom | Domestic-demand Boom | Vulnerabilities | External Imbalances | Absorption Boom | Emerging Europe | Overheating
Book
2005, Procyclicality of Financial Systems in Asia, ISBN 1403943516, xxii, 307
China and India already rank among the world's largest economies, and each is moving rapidly toward the center stage of the global economy. In this process,... 
India Economic conditions | China Economic policy | China Economic conditions | India Economic policy | International Economics | Management science
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2008, Directions In Development - Public Sector Governance, ISBN 9780821374610, xvi, 290
Small states face special hurdles in achieving development gains. These states spend significantly more of their GDP on producing public goods and services,... 
Electronic government information | Public contracts | States, Small | INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY | GLOBAL MARKETS | TRUST FUND | WORLD DEVELOPMENT INDICATORS | COOPERATIVE BANKS | FIXED COSTS | BANK OF CANADA | MACROECONOMIC STABILITY | BANQUE DES ETATS DE L'AFRIQUE CENTRALE | SMALL COUNTRY | FISCAL DISCIPLINE | CREDIT EXPANSION | HUMAN RESOURCES | FOREIGN EXCHANGE | CURRENCY BOARDS | JURISDICTIONS | CURRENCY BOARD | MARKET STRUCTURES | FRAUD | MARKET SHARE | CENTRAL BANKING | FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS | EASTERN CARIBBEAN CENTRAL BANK | LENDER OF LAST RESORT | SEIGNIORAGE | LEGISLATION | REGULATORY AGENCY | DEVALUATION | BANKS | JURISDICTION | TREATY | WORLD MARKETS | CAPITAL REQUIREMENTS | PUBLIC REGISTRIES | COLONIALISM | BANK CREDIT | MONOPOLY | MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENTS | TRADE LIBERALIZATION | REGULATORY BODY | CIVIL SERVICE | MORTGAGE BANK | INTERNATIONAL BANKS | RULE OF LAW | BANKING INDUSTRY | FINANCIAL SERVICES | LENDER | TAX COLLECTION | SHAREHOLDERS | INTERNATIONAL BANK | GROWTH RATES | DEBT | GLOBAL ECONOMY | CLEARING HOUSE | COMMON MARKET | BANKING LEGISLATION | FISCAL POLICIES | FISCAL DEFICITS | CREDIT GROWTH | FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT | ECONOMIC STABILITY | FISCAL BURDEN | MORTGAGE BANKS | OUTPUT | REFORM PROGRAM | RETIREMENT | WORLD TRADE | BANK OF CENTRAL AFRICAN STATES | LEGISLATIVE FRAMEWORK | SMALL ECONOMIES | LEGAL FRAMEWORKS | MARKET MECHANISMS | MARKET STRUCTURE | VOLATILITY | BANKING REGULATION | MARKET SIZE | INSURANCE | BANK OPERATIONS | BANK EXAMINATIONS | CORPORATE GOVERNANCE | CENTRAL BANKS | BALANCE OF PAYMENTS | LOAN | SECURITIES MARKET | INFORMATION SYSTEMS | ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT | CENTRAL BANK INDEPENDENCE | EXCHANGE RATE | CURRENCY | DOMESTIC MARKET | INTERNATIONAL BEST PRACTICES | REGULATORY ENVIRONMENT | EUROPEAN CENTRAL BANK | OPEN COUNTRIES | MORTGAGE | STOCK EXCHANGE | TELEPHONE SERVICES | BANK OF ENGLAND | LEGAL SYSTEMS | DEREGULATION | SAVINGS | ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS | HOME MORTGAGE | SAVINGS BANKS | FEDERAL RESERVE | FOREIGN BANKS | LEGAL FRAMEWORK | MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES | REMITTANCES | GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT | DEPOSIT | EXPENDITURE | SINGLE MARKET | MONETARY POLICY | COPYRIGHT CLEARANCE | MONETARY AUTHORITIES | NATIONAL BANKS | PRIVATIZATION | INDIRECT COST | DEFICITS | REGULATORY FRAMEWORKS | POLITICAL ECONOMY | BANKING SYSTEMS | FINANCIAL STABILITY | FINANCIAL SYSTEM | AUTONOMY | GOVERNMENT REFORM | DECENTRALIZATION | INTERNATIONAL TRADE | REGULATOR | BANKING CRISES | LAWS | EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE | INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT | REMOTE LOCATIONS | SMALL COUNTRIES | CELLULAR PHONES | SUBSIDIARY | MIDDLE-INCOME COUNTRIES | REGULATORY FRAMEWORK | TRANSACTION | DOMESTIC CREDIT | COMMERCIAL BANK | TELECOMMUNICATIONS REGULATION | INCOME | EXCHANGE RATE SYSTEMS | SUPERVISION MECHANISMS | RISK DIVERSIFICATION | INCOMES | SOLVENCY | OUTSOURCING | GOVERNANCE INDICATORS | TREATIES | COPYRIGHT CLEARANCE CENTER | SUPERVISORY AUTHORITY | FINANCIAL CRISIS | BARRIERS TO COMPETITION | CREDIT UNIONS | CONNECTIVITY | INFLATION | GOVERNMENT SECURITIES | INTERNATIONAL BANKING | DEVELOPMENT BANKS | TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE | LIBERALIZATION | FINANCIAL SYSTEMS | HOLDING | FINANCE COMPANIES | COMMERCIAL BANKS | BANKING SUPERVISION | GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP | BANQUE CENTRALE DES ETATS DE L'AFRIQUE DE L'OUEST | TAX | DOMESTIC BANKS | FINANCIAL INTERMEDIARIES | PUBLIC UTILITIES | BUDGETARY SYSTEMS | COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY | REPUTATION | PUBLIC SERVICES | TELECOMMUNICATIONS | BILATERAL INSTITUTIONS | FIXED EXCHANGE RATE | LENDER-OF-LAST-RESORT | NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT | BANKING SYSTEM | INTEREST RATE | HUMAN CAPITAL | INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT | MOBILE PHONE | MONOPOLIES | JOINT VENTURE | GOVERNMENT ACTION | NATURAL RESOURCES | TRANSPARENCY | TREASURY | ACCESS TO INFORMATION | INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION | REGULATORS | LOCAL BANKS | PUBLIC SERVICE PROVISION | BANK SUPERVISION | MONETARY FUND | REGULATORY AUTHORITY | MUNICIPALITIES | BANKING SECTOR | WORLD ECONOMY | HARMONIZATION | BALANCE OF PAYMENTS CRISES | INSTRUMENT | PRIVATE BANKS | ECONOMIC INTEGRATION | BUDGETING | PRODUCTIVITY | BANK FAILURE
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8. Trustee savings banks. 1901. Return to an order of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 24 June 1902;--for, returns "(1) from each savings bank in England and Wales, Scotland, Ireland, and the Channel Islands, containing, in columns, the names of the officers, their respective salaries, and other allowances, if any; the amount of security each gives; the annual expenses of management, inclusive of all payments and salaries, for the year ended the 20th day of November 1901; the rate per centum per annum on the capital of the bank for the expenses of management; the rate of interest paid to depositors on the various amounts of deposit, and the average rate of interest on all accounts; the number of accounts remaining open; the total amount owing to depositors; the total amount invested with the Commissioners for the Reduction of the National Debt; the balance in the hands of the treasurer at the 20th day of November 1901; the total amount of the Separate Surplus Fund on the 20th day of November 1901; other assets, including estimated value of bank premises, furniture, &c.; the total assets; the total amount of government stock standing to the credit of depositors; the number and amount of annuities granted; and the average cost of each transaction; also the year in which business commenced in each bank, and the name of the day or days, and, the number of hours in the week, on which the banks are open for the deposit and withdrawal of moneys; including in such return a list of all such savings banks as, under the provisions of the act 26 Vict. c. 14, or otherwise, have been closed and have transferred their funds, or any part thereof, to the Post Office savings banks; showing, in each case, the number of such banks, as well as the number and amount of depositors' accounts so transferred, and the amount of compensation, if any, made to all or any of the officers of such banks respectively; and showing also the years in which such banks were respectively opened and closed, and the number and amount of their depositors' balances, and the number of days and hours in each week on which the same banks were open for public business at the close of the year next preceding the date of such closing; distinguishing the same, as in the return, for each separate county, as well as collectively, for England and Wales, Scotland, Ireland, and the Channel Islands, and for the United Kingdom; and (2) for the year ending the 20th day of November 1901, showing the total number of depositors in trustee savings banks; the total number of deposits; the average amount of each deposit account; the average sums paid in and drawn out; the total number of persons who have deposited in single sums the entire amount allowed to be deposited during the year (in continuation of Parliamentary Paper, no. 220, of session 1901)."
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9. Trustee savings banks. 1902. Return to an order of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 11 June 1903;--for, returns "(1) from each savings bank in England and Wales, Scotland, Ireland, and the Channel Islands, containing, in columns, the names of the officers, their respective salaries, and other allowances, if any; the amount of security each gives; the annual expenses of management, inclusive of all payments and salaries, for the year ended the 20th day of November 1902; the rate per centum per annum on the capital of the bank for the expenses of management; the rate of interest paid to depositors on the various amounts of deposit, and the average rate of interest on all accounts; the number of accounts remaining open; the total amount owing to depositors; the total amount invested with the Commissioners for the Reduction of the National Debt; the balance in the hands of the treasurer at the 20th day of November 1902; the total amount of the Separate Surplus Fund on the 20th day of November 1902; other assets, including estimated value of bank premises, furniture, &c.; the total assets; the total amount of government stock standing to the credit of depositors; the number and amount of annuities granted and the average cost of each transaction; also the year in which business commenced in each bank, and the name of the day or days, and the number of hours in the week, on which the banks are open for the deposit and withdrawal of moneys including in such return a list of all such savings banks as, under the provisions of the act 26 Vict. c. 14, or otherwise, have been closed and have transferred their funds, or any part thereof, to the Post Office savings banks; showing, in each case, the number of such banks, as well as the number and amount of depositors' accounts so transferred, and the amount of compensation, if any, made to all or any of the officers of such banks respectively; and showing also the years in which such banks were respectively opened and closed, and the number and amount of their depositors' balances, and the number of days and hours in each week on which the same banks were open for public business at the close of the year next preceding the date of such closing; distinguishing the same, as in the return, for each separate county, as well as collectively, for England and Wales, Scotland, Ireland, and the Channel Islands, and for the United Kingdom; and (2) for the year ending the 20th day of November 1902, showing the total number of depositors in trustee savings banks; time total number of deposits; the average amount of each deposit account; the average sums paid in and drawn out the total number of persons who have deposited in single sums the entire amount allowed to be deposited during the year (in continuation of Parliamentary Paper, no, 267, of session 1902)."
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10. Trustee savings banks. 1904. Return to an order of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 20 July 1905;--for, returns "(1) from each savings bank in England and Wales, Scotland, Ireland, and the Channel Islands, containing, in columns, the names of the officers, their respective salaries, and other allowances, if any; the amount of security each gives; the annual expenses of management, inclusive of all payments and salaries, for the year ended the 20th day of November 1904; the rate per centum per annum on the capital of the bank for the expenses of management; the rate of interest paid to depositors on the various amounts of deposit, and the average rate of interest on all accounts; the number of accounts remaining open; the total amount owing to depositors; the total amount invested with the Commissioners for the Reduction of the National Debt; the balance in the hands of the treasurer at the 20th day of November 1904; the total amount of the Separate Surplus Fund on the 20th day of November 1904; other assets, including estimated value of bank premises, furniture, &c.; the total assets; the total amount of government stock standing to the credit of depositors; the number and amount of annuities granted; and the average cost of each transaction; also the year in which business commenced in each bank, and the name of the day or days, and the number of hours in the week, on which the banks are open for the deposit and withdrawal of moneys; including in such return a list of all such savings banks as, under the provisions of the act 26 Vict. c. 14, or otherwise, have been closed and have transferred their funds, or any part thereof, to the Post Office savings banks; showing, in each case, the number of such banks, as well as the number and amount of depositors' accounts so transferred, and the amount of compensation, if any, made to all or any of the officers of such banks respectively; and showing also the years in which such banks were respectively opened and closed, and the number and amount of their depositors' balances, and the number of days and hours in each week on which the same banks were open for public business at the close of the year next preceding the date of such closing; distinguishing the same, as in the return, for each separate county, as well as collectively, for England and Wales, Scotland, Ireland, and the Channel Islands, and for the United Kingdom; and (2) for the year ending the 20th day of November 1904, showing the total number of depositors in trustee savings banks; the total number of deposits; the average amount of each deposit account; the average sums paid in and drawn out; the total number of persons who have deposited in single sums the entire amount allowed to be deposited during the year (in continuation of Parliamentary Paper, no. 224, of session 1904)."
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11. Trustee savings banks. 1900. Return to an order of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 17 June 1901;--for, returns "(1) from each savings bank in England and Wales, Scotland, Ireland, and the Channel Islands, containing, in columns, the names of the officers, their respective salaries, and other allowances, if any; the amount of security each gives; the annual expenses of management, inclusive of all payments and salaries, for the year ended the 20th day of November 1900; the rate per centum per annum on the capital of the bank for the expenses of management; the rate of interest paid to depositors on the various amounts of deposit, and the average rate of interest on all accounts; the number of accounts remaining open; the total amount owing to depositors; the total amount invested with the Commissioners for the Reduction of the National Debt; the balance in the hands of the treasurer at the 20th day of November 1900; the total amount of the Separate Surplus Fund on the 20th day of November 1900; other assets, including estimated value of bank premises, furniture, &c.; the total assets; the total amount of government stock standing to the credit of depositors; the number and amount of annuities granted; and the average cost of each transaction; also the year in which business commenced in each bank, and the name of the day or days, and the number of hours in the week, on which the banks are open for the deposit and withdrawal of moneys; including in such return a list of all such savings banks as, under the provisions of the act 26 Vict. c. 14, or otherwise, have been closed and have transferred their funds, or any part thereof, to the Post Office savings banks; showing, in each case, the number of such banks, as well as the number and amount of depositors' accounts so transferred, and the amount of compensation, if any, made to all or any of the officers of such banks respectively; and showing also the years in which such banks were respectively opened and closed, and the number and amount of their depositors' balances, and the number of days and hours in each week on which the same banks were open for public business at the close of the year next preceding the date of such closing; distinguishing the same, as in the form of the return, for each separate county, as well as collectively, for England and Wales, Scotland, Ireland, and the Channel Islands, and for the United Kingdom; and (2) for the year ending the 20th day of November 1900, showing the total number of depositors in trustee savings banks; the total number of deposits; the average amount of each deposit account; the average sums paid in and drawn out; the total number of persons who have deposited in single sums the entire amount allowed to be deposited during the year (in continuation of Parliamentary Paper, no. 230, of session 1900)."
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12. Trustee savings banks. 1903. Return to an order of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 21 June 1904;--for, returns "(1) from each savings bank in England and Wales, Scotland, Ireland, and the Channel Islands, containing, in columns, the names of the officers, their respective salaries, and other allowances, if any; the amount of security each gives; the annual expenses of management, inclusive of all payments and salaries, for the year ended the 20th day of November 1903; the rate per centum per annum on the capital of the bank for the expenses of management; the rate of interest paid to depositors on the various amounts of deposit, and the average rate of interest on all accounts; the number of accounts remaining open; the total amount owing to depositors; the total amount invested with the Commissioners for the Reduction of the National Debt; the balance in the hands of the Treasurer at the 20th day of November 1903; the total amount of the Separate Surplus Fund on the 20th day of November 1903; other assets, including estimated value of bank premises, furniture, &c.; the total assets; the total, amount of government stock standing to the credit of depositors; the number and amount of annuities granted; and the average cost of each transaction; also the year in which business commenced in each bank, and the name of the day or days, and the number of hours in the week, on which the banks are open for the deposit and withdrawal of moneys; including in such return a list of all such savings banks as, under the provisions of the act 26 Vict. c. 14, or otherwise, have been closed and have transferred their funds, or any part thereof, to the Post Office savings banks; showing, in each case, the number of such banks, as well as the number and amount of depositors' accounts so transferred, and the amount of compensation, if any, made to all or any of the officers of such banks respectively; and showing also the years in which such banks were respectively opened and closed, and the number and amount of their depositors' balances, and the number of days and hours in each week on which the same banks were open for public business at the close of the year next preceding the date of such closing; distinguishing the same, as in the return, for each separate county, as well as collectively, for England and Wales, Scotland, Ireland, and Channel Islands, and for the United Kingdom; and (2) for the year ending the 20th day of November 1903, showing the total number of depositors in trustee savings banks; the total, number of deposits; the average amount of each deposit account; the average sums paid in and drawn out; the total number of persons who have deposited in single sums the entire amount allowed to be deposited during the year (in continuation of Parliamentary Paper, no. 211, of session 1903)."
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13. Trustee savings banks. 1905. Return to an order of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 23 July 1906;--for, returns "(1) from each savings bank in England and Wales, Scotland, Ireland, and the Channel Islands, containing, in columns, the names of the officers, their respective salaries, and other allowances, if any; the amount of security each gives; the annual expenses of management, inclusive of all payments and salaries, for the year ended the 20th day of November 1905; the rate per centum per annum on the capital of the bank for expenses of management; the rate of interest paid to depositors on the various amounts of deposit, and the average rate of interest on all accounts; the number of accounts remaining open; the total amount owing to depositors; the total amount invested with the Commissioners for the Reduction of the National Debt; the balance in the hands of the Treasurer at the 20th day of November 1905; the total amount of the Separate Surplus Fund on the 20th day of November 1905; other assets, including estimated value of bank premises, furniture, &c.; the total assets; the total amount of government stock standing to the credit of depositors; the number and amount of annuities granted; and the average cost of each transaction; also the year in which business commenced in each bank, and the name of the day or days, and the number of hours in the week, on which the banks are open for the deposit and withdrawal of moneys; including in such return a list of all such savings banks as, under the provisions of the act 26 Vict. c. 14, or otherwise, have been closed and have transferred their funds, or any part thereof, to the Post Office savings banks; showing, in each case, the number of such banks, as well as the number and amount of depositors' accounts so transferred, and the amount of compensation, if any, made to all or any of the officers of such banks respectively; and showing also the years in which such banks were respectively opened and closed, and the number and amount of their depositors' balances, and the number of days and hours in each week on which the same banks were open for public business at the close of the year next preceding the date of such closing; distinguishing the same, as in the return, for each separate county, as well as collectively, for England and Wales, Scotland, Ireland, and the Channel Islands, and for the United Kingdom; and (2) for the year ending the 20th day of November 1905, showing the total number of depositors in trustee savings banks; the total number of deposits; the average amount of each deposit account; the average sums paid in and drawn out; the total number of persons who have deposited in single sums the entire amount allowed to be deposited during the year (in continuation of Parliamentary Paper, no. 275, of session 1905)
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14. Trustee savings banks. 1906. Return to an order of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 17 July 1907;--for, returns "(1) from each savings bank in England and Wales, Scotland, Ireland, and the Channel Islands, containing, in columns, the names of the officers, their respective salaries, and other allowances, if any; the amount of security each gives; the annual expenses of management, inclusive of all payments and salaries, for the year ended the 20th day of November 1906; the rate per centum per annum on the capital of the bank for the expenses of management; the rate of interest paid to depositors on the various amounts of deposit, and the average rate of interest on all accounts; the number of accounts remaining open; the total amount owing to depositors the total amount invested with the Commissioners for the Reduction of the National Debt; the balance in the hands of the Treasurer at the 20th day of November 1906; the total amount of the Separate Surplus Fund on the 20th day of November 1906; other assets, including estimated value of bank premises, furniture, &c.; the total assets; the total amount of government stock standing to the credit of depositors; the number and amount of annuities granted; and the average cost of each transaction; also the year in which business commenced in each bank, and the name of the day or days, and the number of hours in the week, on which the banks are open for the deposit and withdrawal of moneys; including in such return a list of all such savings banks as, under the provisions of the act 26 Vict. c. 14, or otherwise, have been closed and have transfered their funds, or any part thereof, to the Post Office savings banks; showing, in each case, the number of such banks, as well as the number and amount of depositors' accounts so transferred, and the amount of compensation, if any, made to all or any of the officers of such banks respectively; and showing also the years in which such banks were respectively opened and closed, and the number and amount of their depositors' balances, and the number of days and hours in each week on which the same banks were open for public business at the close of the year next preceding the date of such closing; distinguishing the same, as in the return, for each separate county, as well as collectively, for England and Wales, Scotland, Ireland, and the Channel Islands, and for the United Kingdom; and (2) for the year ending the 20th day of November 1906, showing the number of depositors in trustee savings banks; the total number of deposits; the average amount of each deposit account; the average sums paid in and drawn out the total number of persons who have deposited in single sums the entire amount allowed to be deposited during the year (in continuation of Parliamentary Paper, no. 286, of session 1906)."
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