Martins Bank Ltd - Employees

Martins Bank Ltd - Employees

Remembering the lives of those who worked for Martin’s Bank Limited. In Dec 1918 Bank of Liverpool merged with Martin’s Bank Ltd to become Bank of Liverpool & Martins Limited. Head Office was at 7 Water Street, Liverpool (former Bank of Liverpool Head Office). Other banks subsequently amalgamated with Bank of Liverpool and Martins Ltd: The Palatine Bank Ltd in 1919; Cocks, Biddulph & Co in December 1919; The Halifax Commercial Banking Company Ltd in Jan 1920; E Reed & Sons/Cattle Trade Bank in 1925; and Equitable Bank in Jul 1927. Bank of Liverpool & Martins Ltd merged with Lancashire & Yorkshire Bank Ltd in Jan 1928 to become Martins Bank Ltd, with Head Office at 7 Water Street until a new one at 4 Water Street opened in 1932. 68 Lombard Street, former Martins Private Banking Head Office, remained as Principal London Office, but was never again a Head Office after 1918. Martins Bank Ltd was acquired by Barclays Bank Ltd in 1968. Further information about the people in this community may also be available in Barclays Group Archives (see for further information), or Martins Bank Archive (see ).

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