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representing Officers and families of
The Commercial Banking Company of Sydney Limited
and its subsidiaries & affiliates.
 

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Interesting CBC matters
 
CBC acronyms
www.acronymfinder.com
CBC Bank, Missouri
www.cbcbank.net
Commercial Banking Company, GA USA
www.cbcbank.com

CBC Golden Oldies Cricket Club
Link to their website and news from the club.

CBC News Canada
http://www.cbc.ca/story/world/national/2004/12/21/Belfast-Robbery.041221.html
Canadian news item about NAB robbery in Belfast.
CBC - Connecticut Bank of Commerce failure
http://www.fdic.gov/oig/a-rep03/03-017-508.html
 
CBC on the Web
When you use your search engine to look for other sites dealing with CBC Bank, it is often helpful to enter the phrase "CBC+Bank" to narrow the search.  There are lots of regional sites with information on the bank in country towns like Berry, Paterson and other travel sites.
 
Other CBC Banks
Kevin Greenaway has come across these in his travels. 
The first is in Brunei     and the second in Brussels.
                    

      Commercial Bank of Cameroon:


Clifford Banking  Co. Missouri:
     
Commercial Banking Company, Georgia, USA
Commercial Banking Company | Baytree, Hahira, Moultrie, Tifton, and Valdosta, Georgia | Home
Commercial Banking Company was chartered in 1929 as a state bank in Hahira, Georgia. The Bank quickly earned a reputation as a solid financial institution in the Hahira community.
The Bank expanded into Valdosta, Georgia in 1990 by building a new 16,000 square foot facility located at 3462 North Valdosta Road. The new building provided state of the art banking technology, three drive-thru lanes and a drive-up ATM machine. This new building became the Main Office for the Bank and the Hahira office became a branch of the Bank.
In 1995, Langdale Industries, a prominent and established company in Valdosta, purchased Commercial Banking Company and converted it to a thrift charter. At that time, Commercial Banking Company had approximately $22 million in total assets. Today, the Bank has grown significantly to approximately $216 million in assets and employs approximately 58 banking professionals.
The Bank expanded its footprint in 2000 by opening a new office on Baytree Road to serve the growing retail presence of Remerton and the Mall area as well as Valdosta State University. A new building was built in 2007 to accommodate the growth of this area.
Another new office was opened in Moultrie Georgia further expanding the Bankís influence. Steady growth in this market required construction of a new building in 2007 on Veteranís Parkway.
The Investment Centre was established at Commercial Banking Company to satisfy a need for professional process driven financial planning for clients. Services include equities, mutual funds, annuities, life and disability insurance.
In 2012, the Bank expanded into the Tifton Georgia market area establishing a branch office at 729 W. 2nd Street.

 

 
CBC Branches for Sale
Buy a branch and put to another use.
 
Fairfax Walkabout Travel Guide
http://www.walkabout.com.au/
has articles on CBC banks in a number of country towns.
 
National Library of Australia

The website <http://www.pictureaustralia.org> contains 'photos of CBC Bank branches dating from the 1800's, many of them of the original buildings.  Search under "CBC Bank" , "Commercial Banking Company" and "Commercial Bank".

A search under "CBC Bank" will reveal 'photos of the following branches:
Richmond, Narrandera, Camden, Tumut, Cootamundra, Forbes, Harden, Casino, Wagga Wagga, Yass, Holbrook and Bega

A search under "Commercial Banking Company" will reveal photos of:
Ararat, Campbelltown, Bourke, Lockhart, North Sydney, Camden, Geelong, Fitzroy, King Street (Sydney?) Orange, Fortitude Valley, Crows Nest, Allora and Wollongong  - Geoff Chapman

CBC Discussion Board

John Beer has started up one for all interested members at:

http://www.getphpbb.com/phpbb/?/mforum=cbcbank
Its Mission: To help people keep in contact with other people for any person who has ever worked in CBC Bank or any of CBC's subsidiaries including CAGA.
 

Banknotes issued by Australian banks no longer with us:

www.australianstamp.com/coin-web/aust/notes/colonial.htm has some history and examples from banks even earlier than CBC.


 

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