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  • Barclays DCO changed its name to Barclays Bank International in 1971.
  • In 1954 the bank shortened its name to Barclays Bank D . C . O . and in 1971 became Barclays Bank International.
  • In 1951, he was made a member of the bank's overseas board and in 1965 chairman of the renamed Barclays Bank International.
  • As the Court of Appeal have pointed out in " Mihlenstedt v Barclays Bank International Ltd " [ 1989 ] IRLR 522 a pension scheme is quite different.
  • The bank was licensed in its present form in 1953 and in 1978 it was incorporated locally as Barclays Bank of Kenya, a wholly owned subsidiary of Barclays Bank International.
  • She then worked as Legal Counsel for Barclays Bank International and Barclays Bank plc until 1984, after which she was Assistant Secretary for the Institute of Practitioners in Advertising until 1987.
  • In 1975 the government of Malta nationalized Barclays Bank International's operations in Malta and renamed it Mid-Med Bank, exercising its option to purchase Barclays remaining shareholding in Mid-Med in 1979.
  • Up until 1982, the accounts of the Government of Seychelles were managed by Barclays Bank International; on 29 December 1982 that responsibility was transferred to CBS by passing the " Central Bank of Seychelles Act 1982 ".
  • After his retirement, Scott became director of several companies including Barclays Bank International from 1979 to 1985, Mitchell Cotts Plc from 1980 to 1986, Delta Metals Overseas from 1980 to 1983, and Bradbury Williams Plc from 1984 to 1986.
  • He served on the board at Barclays Bank International and was a Member of the Council of the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust, a Member of the Council of The Cook Society ( affiliate of Britain Australia Society ) and Patron of the Kent Branch of Alcoholics Anonymous.
  • ""'National Westminster Bank Ltd v Barclays Bank International Ltd " "'[ 1975 ] 1 QB 654 ( ) is a decision of the High Court relating to the duty of care of a bank in relation to forged cheques with respect to persons other than their customer.
  • Before joining the Institute of Development Studies, she worked at Barclays Bank International in the UK . She has acted as senior consultant to governments in Eastern Europe and Latin America and to many international agencies, including the World Bank, the Inter-American Development Bank, the European Commission, UNICEF, UNDP and United Nations Conference on Trade and Development.
  • The following year Barclays Bank and Barclays Bank International merged, and as part of the corporate reorganization the former Barclays Bank plc became a group holding company, renamed " Barclays plc ", and UK retail banking was integrated under the former BBI, and renamed " Barclays Bank PLC " from " Barclays Bank Limited ".
  • Say, in purported exercise of its right to give or withhold consent, the company were to say, capriciously, that it would consent to an increase in the pension benefits of members of union A but not of the members of union B . In my judgment, the members of union B would have a good claim in contract for breach of the implied obligation of good faith : see " Mihlenstedt v Barclays Bank International Ltd " [ 1989 ] IRLR 522, 525, 531, paras 12, 64 and 70.