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Former Member04/03/2022 19:30:21
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Brian Wood04/03/2022 20:06:36
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Many years ago our Bank manager [remember them?!!] was called Lenderyou

Former Member04/03/2022 20:14:22
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SillyOldDuffer04/03/2022 22:03:03
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Posted by br on 04/03/2022 20:14:22:
Posted by Brian Wood on 04/03/2022 20:06:36:

Many years ago our Bank manager [remember them?!!] was called Lenderyou

Was his christian name BOB wink

Bank managers - they seem to be collectors items these days

My father visited his quite often I recall in the old days - he approved of his sherry.

Bob is very good - I've been struggling to make a joke out of Mark.

How the other half live! I've never been given sherry by a Bank Manager. Had a letter from one once, 'please do not anticipate your credit...'

Dave

Calum Galleitch04/03/2022 22:46:41
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There is a lady on Twitter, a freelance journalist, who rejoices in the name of Ms Hedges-Stocks - alas, she has yet to join the financial pages.

Former Member05/03/2022 07:53:53
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bricky05/03/2022 09:42:23
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A ground worker who worked for our firm was call bob but was reffered to as shilling.

Frank

Graham Stoppani05/03/2022 11:10:39
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As a teenager opening my first bank account in the 70's I was interviewed by the local branch manager of Barclays to see if I was worthy of their services... When the manager asked me why I'd chosen to bank with them, I confidently replied

"Because may father barks at Banklays!" doh!

Edited By Graham Stoppani on 05/03/2022 11:34:51

Bill Phinn05/03/2022 11:20:09
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Some more financial surnames:

Banks, Cash, Money, Bond, Spender, Coin, Note,

Purse, Spender, Loan, Borrow, Rich, Poor, Broke.

Former Member05/03/2022 11:30:49
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Roger Vane05/03/2022 14:24:22
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Slightly different topic, but once went to a dentist whose surname was Mercy

Georgineer05/03/2022 15:06:02
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Posted by Roger Vane on 05/03/2022 14:24:22:

Slightly different topic, but once went to a dentist whose surname was Mercy

Three of my fellow apprentices were named Pope, Mercy and Heaven.

Back to the financial topic, my son's former music teacher is called Tanner.

George

larry phelan 105/03/2022 15:59:42
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I remember seeing on "That,s life" there was an Estate Agent named Robin Bastard.

I,m not joking, even Ester laughed at it.

I often wondered how he stayed in business with a name like that, but perhaps people regarded him as an "Honest" man ? As far as I remember, he was very sucessful, so, what,s in a name ?

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bricky05/03/2022 16:14:54
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My last dentists name was Payne.

Frank

Michael Briggs05/03/2022 20:36:14
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Some years ago I got a tax demand from HMRC, signed by Mr Leech.

Perko706/03/2022 07:52:14
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Don't know if you had them in the UK but in Australia we also had the Threepence, Florin and Crown. The Threepence (or Thrippenny) was of course 3 pence, the Florin was 2 shillings (24 pence) and the Crown was 5 shillings. I always though the Florin sounded French.

Michael Gilligan06/03/2022 08:07:15
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I am a little surprised that Miss Moneypenney hasn’t got a look-in … but I suppose that goes with the characterisation.

angel MichaelG.

roy entwistle06/03/2022 10:13:06
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I've still got a Groat ( 4d )

Roy

Harry Wilkes06/03/2022 16:30:11
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We must not forget James Bond's Miss Moneypenny I have no more to offer money related but a pub local to me where I'd often go to eat the Landlord name was Christmas his christen name was Chris and his wife's was Mary alas to nice people long since gone

H

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