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Martins Bank’s structure is based on District Boards and Offices. District Offices are spread throughout the country, each one acting as a kind of “Local Head Office” for staff who work in the local branches and departments. This way of doing business goes back to the various amalgamations of regional banks into what became Martins Bank, where often provision was made as part of an amalgamation to retain some kind of local accountability and authority. It also serves a very practical purpose – local offices use their knowledge of their own particular area to look after the specific banking needs of their customers and businesses.  Click on any of the nine districts shown on this page, to learn more about each diverse area.  Please note however, that Craven and Northern Districts do not have their own district office, but do exercise a small degree of local autonomy…

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WHILST MARTINS BANK ARCHIVE HAS NO CONNECTION WITH THE DAY TO DAY TRADING ACTIVITIES OF THE BARCLAYS GROUP

OF COMPANIES, WE ARE GRATEFUL FOR THE CONTINUED GENEROUS GUIDANCE, ADVICE AND SUPPORT OF BARCLAYS GROUP

ARCHIVES IN THE BUILDING AND SHAPING OF THIS ONLINE SOCIAL HISTORY.

 

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