1936 marks the year the Banque Nationale pour le Commerce et l’Industrie started to expand again. Four years after its creation, it had 70 new offices and purchased numerous local and regional banks. The young bank also set out the make a difference with its offensive commercial culture, which was reflected in its search for new customers. This 3-panel brochure, presenting the BNCI branch network in the Paris region and in the provinces, its management and its board of directors, illustrates its determination to make itself known to the general public. Prospects and customers also find in thisdocument the company’s favourable balance sheet at 31 December 1936, proof of its reliability.
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