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  2. Girobank - Wikipedia

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    In the banking model, cheques are written by the remitter and then handed or posted to the payee who must then visit a bank or post the cheque to his bank. The cheque must then be cleared , a complex process by which cheques are sorted once, posted to a central clearing, sorted again, and then posted back to the paying branch where the cheque ...

  3. The Co-operative Bank - Wikipedia

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    The Co-operative Bank plc is a retail and commercial bank in the United Kingdom, with its headquarters in Balloon Street, Manchester.. The Co-operative Bank is the only UK high street bank with a customer-led Ethical Policy which is incorporated into the Bank's Articles of Association.

  4. Crédit Agricole - Wikipedia

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    Crédit Agricole Group (French: [kʁedi aɡʁikɔl]), sometimes called La banque verte (English: The green bank) due to its historical ties to farming, is a French international banking group and the world's largest cooperative financial institution.

  5. Kabbage - Wikipedia

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    The company automates funding decisions based on a number of data factors, including business volume, time in business, transaction volume, social media activity, and the seller's credit score. Each draw against the line of credit is considered a separate loan issued by Celtic Bank, Member FDIC, with either six-, 12- or 18-month terms. [39]

  6. Abbey National - Wikipedia

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    Abbey had Banking Contact Centres in Belfast, Glasgow, Sheffield, and Bootle. Business Banking operations, both administrative and telephony, were also based in Glasgow, having been moved from Taunton and Newport early in 2005. Abbey previously operated contact centres in Derby, Liverpool and Gateshead.

  7. Post Office Limited - Wikipedia

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    As of early 2020 there are around 11,500 post office branches across the UK, of which 191 are directly managed by Post Office Limited (known as Crown offices). The majority of other branches are either run by various franchise partners or local subpostmaster or operators (who may be members of the National Federation of SubPostmasters or the CWU Postmasters Branch), as "sub-postoffices".