Fuller, Banbury, Nix & Co

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Fuller, Banbury, Nix & Co was a British private bank based in the City of London.[1] It was founded in 1737 in Lombard Street, London and operated under a succession of names reflecting its different partners until receiving its final name in 1881. One of the bank's partners, John Hennings Nix, was the second great-grandfather of Alexander Nix. The bank had a seat on the London Bankers' Clearing House. In 1891 the bank was acquired by Parr's Banking Co Ltd of Warrington, thus facilitating the bank's expansion into London.[2] Through merger with London County & Westminster Bank in 1918,[3] it became a constituent part of the modern NatWest.


  1. ^ Price, F G Hilton (1876). A handbook of London Bankers. London: Chatto & Windus. OCLC 5573705.
  2. ^ "Fuller, Banbury, Nix & Co | NatWest Group Heritage Hub". www.natwestgroup.com.
  3. ^ "Parr's Bank Ltd - RBS Heritage Hub". www.rbs.com. Retrieved 13 May 2018.