There are few available details of Branch Managers being in specific posts at specific dates, but a number of different sources provide
some details - as specified below:
Committee minutes in August 1919 detailed the appointments of the officers to be in charge
of branches on the first day of business. They were given the titles of 'Branch Superintendent' or 'Clerk-in-Charge' depending on
the status of the branch. At a meeting of the General Committee on October 16th 1922 it was Resolved:
That in future, Officers
in charge of Daily Branches be designated "Branch Managers".
In general, this designation is used throughout this website.
The Bank's Finance Sub-Committee meeting in 1923 and 1924 (regarding Fidelity Guarantees
listed the names of Branch Managers and Clerks-in-Charge without specifying their branches:
At a meeting of the Bank's General Purposes Sub-Committee on February 8th 1926, the officers in charge of branches
were referred to as Managers:
The Annual Report and Statement of Accounts for four successive years
(1928 to 1931) listed the names of Managers for the Daily Branch Banks. In those lists, the Managers were referred to as Officers-in-Charge.
Returns made by branches
to Head Office regarding the sales of the General Manager's book (Britain's First Municipal Savings Bank) were signed by the following
The Staff Association's Register of members listed staff by Branch and Department as at
January 27th 1958,
and is the source for the following:
The Bank's Staff Magazines periodically listed
Branch Managers, and is the source of the following:
The source of the following list
of Managers is a circular issued to branches by Head Office: