Fidelity Investments is a USA-based financial services corporation with a strong global presence. It is one of the largest mutual fund and financial services groups in the USA and in the world. Founded in 1946, it primarily serves North American investors. It runs a capital arm known as Fidelity Ventures. Fidelity International Limited (FIL), was an international affiliate associated with Fidelity Investments but in September 2011, it was rebranded as Fidelity Worldwide Investment.
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PNC Financial Services Logo – PNC Financial Services (PNC) is a US-based company, headquartered in Pittsburgh , Pennsylvania . The company is in the stock index S & P 500 listed.
PNC offers financial services of various kinds for its customers. In retail banking, the company has around five million customers and is equipped with 2550 branches in 13 U.S. states and in Washington, DC represented. PNC is also known as asset managers operate and offers its own financial products. Other priorities include the credit business with corporate clients, acting as custodian , the securities lending . More
The Royal Bank of Scotland Logo – The Royal Bank of Scotland plc is one of the retail banking subsidiaries of Royal Bank of Scotland Group, which along with the National Westminster Bank and Ulster Bank, offers banking services at its branches throughout the UK. The Royal Bank of Scotland has around 700 branches, mainly in Scotland, but there are branches in many towns and big cities in England and Wales.
The Royal Bank of Scotland and its capital, the Royal Bank of Scotland Group are completely separate entities from their bank based in Edinburgh countryman, the Bank of Scotland, which was founded 32 years earlier. The Bank of Scotland was as effective raising money for the Jacobite Uprising, as a result, created the Royal Bank of Scotland (Royal Bank of Scotland) with strong ties to supporters of the House of Hanover and the Whigs. More
Bank of Scotland Logo – The Bank of Scotland plc is a commercial bank and clearing, based in Edinburgh, Scotland. With a history dating from the seventeenth century, is the oldest bank still survives in what is now the United Kingdom and is the only commercial institution created by the Scottish Parliament there yet. He was also the first bank in Europe which printed its own paper money. While the Bank of Scotland has no functions and central bank, continues to print its own sterling, together with two other Scottish commercial banks, under legal agreements that allow some UK banks to issue currency.
Since September 10th of 2001, Bank of Scotland became part of HBOS following the merger with Halifax (former Halifax Building Society). The Bank of Scotland has a 50% of Sainsbury’s Bank, with Sainsbury’s the owner of the other half. On September 17th of 2007, the Regulator and the Company of Bank of Scotland became Bank of Scotland in a corporation as part of the Reorganization Act of the HBOS Group, approved by the UK Parliament. More
HBOS Logo – HBOS plc is a business group of banking and insurance based in the UK, parent company of Bank of Scotland plc, a bank that operates under the Bank of Scotland and Halifax. The group also owns the company HBOS Australia, owner of BankWest and HBOS Insurance & Investment Group Limited, the group insurance division. Although officially HBOS stands are not any abbreviation with intrinsic meaning, the initials are recognized as coming from the fusion of the names Halifax and Bank of Scotland.
The headquarters is located in Edinburgh, Scotland, in the former headquarters of Bank of Scotland. The headquarters operations are located in Halifax (West Yorkshire), England, the former headquarters of the company Halifax. HBOS is currently a wholly owned subsidiary of Lloyds Banking Group, having been controversially assumed in January 2009. More
Lloyds TSB Logo – Lloyds TSB is a British bank and one of the world’s largest banking groups. On September 17th of 2008 Lloyds announced it had reached a merger agreement with the bank HBOS (Halifax Bank of Scotland), prompted by the sharp depreciation of the bank because the mortgage crisis subprime or trash. This merger will create a banking giant retailer, with a third of British mortgages.
In January 2009 was created Lloyds Banking Group, a company that brings together all the businesses of the group after its acquisition of HBOS. Shortly after HBOS announced a loss of 12,250 million (11,000 million pounds), much higher than expected, endangering himself Lloyds. This forced the British government to give more support to the bank to increase its stake from 43 to 65%. On 6 March the British government confirmed the acquisition of 65% of the shares of the company, assuming the cost of the bonds less certain of the company, estimated at 360,000 million dollars. Such a situation would mean in the short term the full nationalization of Lloyds RBS. More