Year published: 2007
The Ionian Bank: An Imperial Institution, 1839-1864
The publication The Ionian Bank: An Imperial Institution 1839-1864 presents the first part of the history of the Ionian Bank. It covers the period from its establishment in 1839 to its transformation into an Anglo-Greek credit institution, with the annexation of the Ionian Islands to Greece, in 1864.
- Edited by: Philip L. Cottrell
- Language: English
- Year published: 2007
Contents of the publication
The publication The Ionian Bank: An Imperial Institution 1839-1864 has 9 chapters. They present in detail:
- The factors that led to the start of operations.
- The privileges.
- The expansion.
- The relations with local authorities.
- The internal and external challenges.
Professor Cottrell discusses these subjects mainly based on salvaged bank records.
The publication is tied to the list of records of Ionian Bank held at the British Library of Political and Economic Science, London School of Economics, Papers of the Ionian Bank Limited (2005) by Zoë Browne.
Edited by: Philip L. Cottrell
Place and time: Athens, 2007
Dimensions: 27 x 22 cm
Cover type: Hardcover