Logo Quiz of the Day : 405

Hint: Mints money, literally.
Answer: Clydesdale Bank
Clydesdale Bank is a commercial bank in Scotland, a subsidiary of the National Australia Bank (NAB) Group. In Scotland, Clydesdale Bank is the third largest clearing bank, although it also retains a branch network in London  and the north of England. In 2001, Yorkshire Bank (previously the NABG's subsidiary in England) became a part of Clydesdale Bank, although it continues to trade under its own name.

Clydesdale Bank is one of three Scottish commercial banks which have the right to issue their own banknotes.

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