National Savings Bank

≃ Caisse f nationale d'épargne

English-French business dictionary. 2013.

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  • National Savings Bank — may refer to; National Savings and Investments of the United Kingdom which was formerly known as the Post Office Savings Bank and National Savings. National Savings Bank (Sri Lanka) is a state owned savings bank. This disambiguation page lists… …   Wikipedia

  • National Savings Bank — noun A bank, run by the government, with which money may be deposited to accumulate interest • • • Main Entry: ↑nation …   Useful english dictionary

  • National Savings Bank — National Sav|ings Bank, the a British bank that operates through local post offices. It is known for selling National Savings Certificates and Premium Bonds. People consider it a very safe place for their savings, because the money is in the care …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • National Savings Bank — Fin in the United Kingdom, a savings plan established in 1861 as the Post Office Savings Bank and now operated by National Savings. Abbr. NSB …   The ultimate business dictionary

  • National Savings Bank (Sri Lanka) — National Savings Bank (NSB), is a state owned Savings Bank in Sri Lanka. It was incorporated in Ceylon by the National Savings Bank Act No. 30 of 1971 and was granted the status of the Licensed Specialised Bank in terms of the Banking Act No. 30… …   Wikipedia

  • French National Savings Bank Federation —   Refer instead to Caisse d Epargne Ecureuil …   International financial encyclopaedia

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