Our bank branches have witnessed how the city changes. Take a drive and discover our branches between 1910 and 1960!
Head office of Société générale de Belgique (a forerunner of BNP Paribas Fortis), 30 rue Royale, Brussels, 1910. The car chassis cannot be identified, as the bodywork was custom-built. However, the very wide split windscreen, very low bonnet and klaxon may indicate a Panhard Levassor type U9 from 1910.
…And across the world :
Head office of BNCI-Afrique in Algiers in 1952. From left to right: a Citroën traction avant 15-Six D (8-cylinder), probably a Peugeot 402 limousine, a Citroën 15-Six, passing (and slightly blurred) a Simca Aronde. Under the arcades, a Peugeot 203. In the perpendicular street from right to left, a Simca Aronde, a Renault 4CV and a Citroën traction followed by a Peugeot 202; in front of BNCI passing from right to left, in grey, probably Peugeot 202.