National Geographic : 1919 Jul
The FOREIGN BANKING FACILITIES AFFORDED by The CONTINENTAL and COMMERCIAL BANKS CHICAGO are important to American manufac turers, merchants and agriculturists- A i particularly those of the great Middle West-who believe in America's present 'Tt / I opportunities for commercial greatness 'i -~ I and who desire to profit by it.^ |f |. \ FOR years these facilities have kept pace with the demands for foreign banking service. Under the pressure of new and | increasing demands they have been ex panded and now include the complete facilities of the Mercantile Bank of the Americas, the Asia Banking Corporation and the Foreign Bond and Share Com pany, in which a substantial ownership interest is held. THESE affiliations, together with long established connections with 5000 for eign banks, provide customers of the Continental and Commercial Banks with unusually prompt and convenient means for transacting banking business not only in the big commercial centers of Europe, the Americas and the Orient, but in the remotest places of trade throughout the world. Participation in financing foreign loans enables these banks to perform an important fundamental service for increasing American Foreign Trade DIRECT PERSONAL BANKING SERVICE rendered in Great Britain France Italy China Japan Spain Peru Cuba Colombia Venezuela Brazil Nicaragua Honduras Ecuador Costa Rica Salvador Guatemala Philippines CONTINENTAL and COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK of Chicago CONTINENTAL and COMMERCIAL TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK CHICAGO, U. S. A. "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you"