Glasgow and Ship Bank
They debated conversion to joint-stock status, but no decision was reached. Then in 1843, the partners received an offer from the Union Bank of Scotland to purchase their highly successful business. The offer was accepted.
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- The History of the Union Bank of Scotland by Robert Rait (John Smith & Son Ltd., Glasgow, 1930), chapter 10.
- A small number of archives relating to the Glasgow and Ship Bank are held by Lloyds Banking Group Archives in Edinburgh - for further information see our archive collections.