Nath Bank

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The Nath Bank (Bengali: নাথ ব্যাংক) was an Indian-owned private banking institution founded by Kshetra Nath Dalal in Noakhali, in undivided India. After the Partition of India, the bank experience a severe crisis and was finally liquidated in 1950. The failure of the Nath Bank created a panic among the investors.[1]

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  1. ^ Shrivastava, Mohan Prasad; Pandey, Pradeep Kumar; Vidyarthi, V.P. (2007). Banking Reforms And Globalisation. APH Publishing. p. 5. ISBN 8131301591. Retrieved July 22, 2012.