Monday, May 18, 2009

Cuban Loan 1976 - 1981


Año Date
Junio 10
1976
Al UBAF Group
Royal Bank of Canada
Societe Central de Banque SA
Union Mediteranee de Banques
Arab Bank Ltd.
Banque Commerciale pour
Europe du Nord
Banque Francias du Commerce
Exterieur
Banque Intercontinental Arabe
Banque de Paris et des Pays Bas
S.A.
Credit Industriel et Commerical
Credit Lyonnais
$ 77,690.000
Term
de pago
5 años

Año Date
Septiembre 24
1976
Bank of Tokyo Ltd.
$ 17, 390.000
Term
de pago
N/A

Año Date
Diciembre 17
1976
Morgan Grenfell & Co. Ltd.
Arab Bank Investment Co.
PKbanken International ( Luxembourg ) S. A.
Royal Bank of Canada
Trade Development Bank
Bank for Foreign Trade of the
USSR
Banque Arabe et Internationale
D1Investessement
Hypobank International, SA
Dresdener Bank AG
Havana International Bank Ltd.
International Bank of Economic
Cooperation
$63,420,000
Term
de pago
5 años

Año Date
Marzo 6
1977
Singer & Freiedlander Ltd.
banque de L`Union Europeene
( Luxembourg ) S. A.
$ 10,159,000
Term
de pago
5 años

Año Date
Febrero 13
1978
Bank of Tokyo Ltd.
Industrial Bank of Japan Ltd.
Mitsui Bank Ltd.
Saitama Bank Ltd.
Sumitomo Trust & Banking Co.
Ltd.
Long Term Credit Bank of
Japan Ltd.
Mitsubishi Bank Ltd.
Sanwa Bank Ltd.
Sumitomo Bank Ltd.
Dai Ichi Kangyo Bank Ltd.
Daiwa Bank Ltd.
Fuji Bank Lrd.
$ 41,667,000
Term
de pago
7 años

Año Date
Junio
1978
Royal Bank of Canada
$ 16,746,000
Term
de pago
N/ A

Año Date
Febrero 13
1979
Sumitomo Trust & Bank Co.
Bank of Tokyo Ltd.
Industrial Bank of Japan Ltd.
Tokai Bank Ltd.
Long Term Credit Bank of Japan
Ltd.
Mitsubishi Bank Ltd.
Saitama Bank Ltd.
Sanwa Bank Ltd.
Sumitomo Bank Ltd.
Dai Cihi Kangyo Bank Ltd.
Daiwa Bank Ltd.
Fuji Bank Ltd.
Kokkaido Takushoku Bank Ltd.
$ 62,500,000
Term
de pagp
10 años

Año Date
Mayo 22
1979
AL UBAF Group
Credit Lyonnais
Girozentral and Bank der
Oesterrichischen Sparkassen AG
Investitions und Handels Bank AG
Societe General S.A.
Banco de Bilbao S. A.
Banco di Roma
Banque Europeene de Tokyo S.A.
Bnaque Commerciale pour
l`Europe du Nord
Banque National de Paris
Havana International Bank Ltd.
Kredibank International Group
Libyan Arab Foreign Bank
$ 114,583,000
Term de pago
7 años

Año Date
Julio 12
1979
Berliner Handles & Frankfurter
Bank
Credit Commercial de France
$ 10,870,000
Term de pago
5 años

Año Date
Diciembre
1979
Caisse National de Credit
Agricole
$ 34,682,000
Term de pago
7 años

Año Date
Febrero
1980
Caisse National de Credit
Agricole
$ 28,863,999
Term de pago
7 años

Año Date
Mayor
1981
Banco Arabe Español
$ 52,979,000
Term de pago
5 años

Año Date
Junio 24
1981
Lybyan Arab Foreign Bank
Union de Banques Arabes et
Francaises
Banco Arabe Español
Banque Intercontinental Arabe
Arab International Bank
Arab Bam for Investment and
Foreign Trade
Arab Bank Investment Co.
Al Bahrein Arab African Bank
$ 49,979,000
Term de pago
5 años

Año Date
Julo 7
1981
Societe General
$ 59,529,000
Term de pago
10 años




The bank was founded by the American George Peabody in 1838 as the UK branch of his US bank which subsequently became known as J.P. Morgan & Co.[1] In 1904, Edward Grenfell was made a partner in the firm, and, in 1909, it underwent a change of name to become Morgan, Grenfell and Company. It played a key role in reconstructing Europe in the 1920's and had an extremely effective corporate finance department.[1] J.P. Morgan & Co. divested 33% of its shares in Morgan Grenfell in 1933 and all the remaining shares in 1982.[2]
In 1990 Morgan Grenfell was acquired by Deutsche Bank and was renamed Deutsche Morgan Grenfell.[2] The use of the Morgan Grenfell name was discontinued by Deutsche Bank


COMPANY OVERVIEW

Morgan Grenfell & Co Ltd is a merchant bank in London.


Banco Arabe Español, S.A.
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COMPANY OVERVIEW

Banco Arabe Español, S.A. was founded in 1975 and is based in Madrid, Spain. As of November 13, 2006, Banco Arabe Español, S.A. is a subsidiary of Libyan Arab Foreign Bank.


Company History:
Singer & Friedlander Group plc is one of the United Kingdom's last remaining independent merchant banks, providing investment banking services to an essentially private clientele. The firm offers a wide range of services, such as asset management and independent savings accounts, including offshore banking facilities, unit trusts, and financing facilities. In the late 1990s, Singer & Friedlander's forecast of an extended bear market led it to separate from its Collins Stewart brokerage subsidiary, which was sold back to its founders in 2000. The company also has moved to liquidate its 55 percent share of Sweden's Carnegie Group, spun off in a public offering in June 2001. Singer & Friedlander's stake dropped to just 32 percent after the IPO. Although these two units represented the largest part of the firm's net profits, Singer & Friedlander's moves have enabled the company to streamline its activity and focus on its core investment banking services. The company also has suggested an interest in stepping up its venture capital investments. Singer & Friedlander is led by chairman and CEO John Hodson. The firm, one of the top 250 listed on the London stock exchange, posted more than £585 million in 2000.
Stockbroker Origins at the Turn of the Century
Julius Singer founded a stockbroking firm in London in 1907. Singer was joined soon after by Ernst Friedlander, a native of Germany, whose family had been a prominent name in Berlin banking since the middle of the previous century. Friedlander himself had been the founder of the first merchant bank to open in South Africa, and he had been named as chairman of the Johannesburg stock exchange. Friedlander's background gave the young firm a strong boost into the growing London exchange.
World War I disrupted trading, and the company, possibly because of its ties with Germany, was forced to withdraw from the London exchange. Instead, Singer and Friedlander entered the banking industry. After taking on two new partners, Julius Stern and Max Ullman, in 1920, the company incorporated as a partnership under the Singer & Friedlander name.
Singer & Friedlander established itself as one of the most prominent merchant banks in London's City. By 1957, the firm was able to go public. The public offering helped make the bank an attractive takeover target, however. Over the next 30 years, Singer & Friedlander was to find itself under a number of new owners.
Yet losing its independence did not stop Singer & Friedlander from continuing to grow and develop its product portfolio. The bank was one of the first British merchant banks to invest in the booming Japanese market in the 1960s, as that economy shifted from a developing market to that of one of the world's economic drivers. Singer & Friedlander also became interested in the Spanish market, which, while languishing under the Franco dictatorship, was to see a renaissance after Franco's death in the mid-1970s. Back at home, Singer & Friedlander was expanding from its London bank, targeting the United Kingdom's regional markets with satellite office operations, such as an office opened in Birmingham in 1963. Other locations included offices in Bristol and Nottingham.
In 1971, Singer & Friedlander opened its own offshore banking facility. Taking advantage of liberalized tax policies
We are an independent financial services group, involved in merchant banking, investment management, stockbroking and property. We provide a speedy, skillful and innovative service to our clients in all areas of business, via our extensive network of offices throughout the UK and overseas. We constantly look to improve our services to customers, whilst making strategic advances into new product areas. Our aim is that our client service should be second to none.
Last of the Independents for the 21st Century


المصرف الليبي الخارجي‎
Libyan Arab Foreign Bank
Type Public Company
Founded 1972
Headquarters Tripoli Dat El Imad Administrative Complex, Libya
Key people Mohamed H. Layas (Chairman and General Manager)
Industry Finance
Services Financial Services
Revenue ▲USD$168 million (2004)
Parent Central Bank of Libya
Subsidiaries Banque commerciale du Niger
Website www.lafbank.com

The Libyan Arab Foreign Bank (LAFB) was established in 1972 in Tripoli, Libya as the country's first offshore banking institution licensed to operate internationally. The bank is 100% owned by the Central Bank of Libya. The bank owns 26% of British Arab Commercial Bank, which is also an affiliate of HSBC Group.
[edit]Operations Overview

LAFB encompasses a variety of services and operators facilitating international trade, money flows for investment and payment, and loans to government and official institutions as well as to the private sectors. Its valum in the international markets is relatively concentrated on services, including insurance and confirmation of letters of credit, creation of acceptance credits, and supply of foreign exchange. In their 2007 ranking of Africa's Top 100 Banks, the magazine African Business placed LAFB at number ten for Africa as a whole and fourth in the North Africa region. They went on to say that the ranking of the Libyan Arab Foreign Bank may actually be understated, given that the most up to date figures available for the bank were two years older than those of many of its North African rivals.[1]

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