Full text of K.3 Changes in State Member Banks : February 2, 1963
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c m AM01FCM*EKT BY BOARD OF GOVERNORS OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM . K. 3 1963-No. 5 For the week ended February 2, 1963 CHANGES IN STATE BANK MEMBERSHIP District Date effective Merger and Establishment of Branch 2 The Gotham Bank, New York, New York, a State member, and Royal National Bank of New York, New York, merged under the charter and title of Royal National Bank of New York, with head office transferred to the former location of The Gotham Bank. A brand! will be operated in the former location of Royal National Bank of New York, and a branch formerly operated by The Gotham Bank will be operated as a branch by the continuing bank. 7 The Byron Center State Bank, Byron Center, Michigan, has changed its title to Byron Center State Bank. 2- I-63 Change in Title. 1-25-63 Establishment of State Keriber Branches Bankers Trust Company, New York, New York, established a branch at 1180 Avenue of the Americas, New York, New York. 1-14-63 American Bank and Trust Company, Suffolk, Virginia, established a branch at Main and Washington Streets, in the former location of the head office, which moved to North Main and Market Streets. I-28-63 Change in Foreign Banking and Financing Corporations 7 First Chicago International Finance Corporation, 38 South Dearborn Street, Chicago 90, Illinois, a wholly-owned subsidiary of First National Bank of Chicago, commenced business as a Financing Corporation organized and operating under the provisions of Section 25(a) of the Federal Reserve Act. 12-26-62 CHANGES H OVERSEAS BRANCHES OF UNITED STATES BANKS AND BANKING CORPORATIONS Bank of America National Trust and Savings Association, San Francisco, California, opened branches at Koenigsallae 33, http://fraser.stlouisfed.org/ ' Duesseldorf, Germany, and 2A Queen's Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis 1- 2-63 CHANGES IN OVERSEAS BRANCHES OF UNITED STATES BANKS AND BANKING CORPORATIONS (Cont'd) Road Central, Hong Kong, Colony of Hong Kong. (The national bank assumed the liabilities and acquired the assets of branches formerlyoperated at these locations by Bank of America, New York, a corporation organized under the provisions of Section 25(a) of the Federal Reserve Act.)