Full text of K.3 Changes in State Member Banks : October 10, 1964
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'Hi ANNOUNCEMENT BY BOARD OF GOVERNORS OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM For the week ended October 10, 1964 C ? K.3 1964-No. 36 CHANGES IN STATE BANK MEMBERSHIP District Date effective Change in Title 7 The Chemical State Savings Bank, Midland, Michigan has changed its title to Chemical Bank and Trust Company. 10- 7-64 2 The Chase Manhattan Bank, New York, New York established a branch at 486 Neptune Avenue, New York (Brooklyn), New York. 10- 3-64 Wayne Bank, Wayne, Michigan established a branch at 44243 Michigan Avenue, Canton Township, Belleville, Michigan, to be known as Wayne Bank-Sheldon Branch. 10- 5-64 Establishment of State Member Branches CHANGES IN OVERSEAS BRANCHES OF UNITED STATES BANKS AND BANKING CORPORATIONS Bank of America National Trust and Savings Association, San Francisco, California opened a branch in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, located in the van Ommeren Building, 66 Calandstraat, Rotterdam. 10- 1-64 First National City Bank, New York, New York opened a branch in the Vallejo district of Mexico City, Mexico, located at Calle Norte 45 No. 924-E, Mexico 16, D. F., Mexico. 10- 1-64 First National City Bank, New York, New York opened a branch in the Causeway Bay District of Hong Kong, Colony of Hong Kong, located at 18 Yun Ping Road, Ground Floor, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong. 10- 5-64 The Chase Manhattan Bank, New York, New York opened a branch in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, located at 9 Church Street, Kuala Lumpur. 10- 5-64 CHANGES IN OVERSEAS BRANCHES OF UNITED STATES BANKS AND BANKING CORPORATIONS (continued) International Bank of Commerce, Seattle, Washington, opened a branch in Hong Kong, Colony of Hong Kong, located at 1002 Central Building, Queens Road Central and Pedder Street, Hong Kong. CHANGE IN CORPORATIONS ENGAGED IN FOREIGN BANKING AND FINANCING ; Wells Fargo Bank International Corporation, 464 California Street, San Francisco 20, California, opened for business as a corporation organized and operating under the provisions of Section 25(a) of the Federal Reserve Act. (This corporation was organized to convert Wells Fargo Bank International Corporation, a foreign banking corporation organized under the laws of the State of California and operating under agreement with the Board of Governors pursuant to the provisions of Section 25 of the Federal Reserve Act, into such newly organized corporation.)