National Bank of Scotland
Now part of the Royal Bank of Scotland, the National Bank of Scotland was formed in 1825 and received a Royal Charter in 1831. It acquired various smaller Scottish banks in the 1800s and grew to be the second largest bank in Scotland, below the Bank of Scotland. In 1918 it was acquired by LLoyds Bank, continuing to operate completely separately. In 1959, the National Bank of Scotland merged with the Commercial Bank of Scotland, to form that National Commercial Bank of Scotland, with Lloyds Bank having an interest in the merged bank.
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