THE CANADIAN BANKER. VOL. 67, NO. 3. WINTER, 1960.


163 pp, 9 1/2" H. B&w illustrations. Contents: Editorial: The March of Events; Business and Its Own Conscience; Bankers and their Attitudes; "The Three Wise Men"; Money and Inflation (First of Two Parts); Chartered Accountants and Bankers; Profits and Profits; Canada's Historical Sites: A Neglect-ed Source of Tourist Revenue; A London Letter; Decimal Coinage for Britain?; Changing Styles in Consumer Financing; Annual Income Twenty Pounds; Bankers in the Ball-Room; Via Sallustiana to Haukeliseter; Manoeuvre of Trapper Jim; Treasure Trove at the Printing Bureau; Art as an Investment; Legal Decisions; The Banker's Bookshelf; The D.R. Wilkie and The Canadian Bankers' Association Scholarships; The Essay Competition 1960 - Results and Comments; Banking Examinations, June 1960 - Results and Notes. Interior - small tear (archivally taped) and crease at top corner of last page, slight browning to pages, otherwise clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exterior - minor edge wear, light browning to edges of text block, minor browning to edges of covers.

Title: THE CANADIAN BANKER. VOL. 67, NO. 3. WINTER, 1960.

Author Name: Knox, F.A.; Beedle, A.; Knowles, A.J.; Chadsey, Horace M.; Shepherd, S.A.; Kennedy, Gordon; Byleveld, Herbert C.; Greening, W.E.; King, Wilfred; Gedge, A.E.; Campbell, Alistair A.; Mallovy, Naomi; Galt, Ian; Gomery, Percy; Fidler, Vera; van Stockum, Hild

Categories: Business, Finance, Canada - General,

Publisher: Toronto, The Canadian bankers' Association: 1960

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 28645

Keywords: Business, Finance, Banking, Bankers, Money, Inflation, Chartered Accountants, Canada, Canadian, Historic Sites, Tourism, London, Decimal Coinage, Britain, Consumer Financing, Loans, Lending, Trapper Jim, Sallustiana, Haukeliseter, Art, Investments, Investing, gold Standard, Gold Price, Bullion Market, Balance of Payments, United States, Dollar, International Reserves, Exchange Rates, Fluctuation, World Central Bank, Euro-Dollar Market, Clinton Johnson, Albert Long, Horace Chadsey, bankers' Association for Foreign Trade, Chemical Bank New York Trust, Republic National Bank, First National Bank Boston.,