HC Deb 13 March 1917 vol 91 c905
49. Mr. G. FABER

asked whether the Deutsche Bank, the Dresdner Bank, and the Disconto-Gesellschaft, in London, have now, or has any and which of them, been finally wound-up and their businesses brought to an end; and, if not, when they will be and, as soon as they are, to whom the books and papers of the said banks will be entrusted and to whom they will belong?


I hope that, by the end of the month or soon after, the work in connection with the Deutsche Bank will be completed and the bank will be finally closed. In the case of the other two banks the necessary work is being completed with all the expedition that is possible with a much reduced staff. The books and papers of the banks will be vested in the Public Trustee.