Birmingham Corporation Savings Bank:
Income & Expenditure Accounts
Account of the Liquidators
The Birmingham Corporation Savings Bank
commenced September 29th 1916, and ceased to take deposits on October 31st 1919. During this
period of trading of just over three years, a defiency of £7,149 3s 11d was accumulated. This amount was reimbursed to the City's
Borough Fund and Rate Account by the Birmingham Municipal Bank.
The Municipal Bank's Committee reported to the City Council
the winding-up and liquidation of the temporary Bank on October 7th 1919 and May 3rd 1921.
Accounts for the three periods
of trading for the temporary Bank, plus the Account of the Liquidators, are reproduced below. A summary of the total trading
period of the Birmingham Corporation Savings Bank is located in the Statistics section of this website.