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Herman Gref, head of state savings bank Sberbank, opened a school called Horoshkola with his wife Yana in Moscow in September, joining billionaire Suleyman Kerimov’s Zarechenskaya Shkola and transport tycoon Nikita Mishin’s Novaya Shkola.
If a prospective loan doesn't fit Guardhill's criteria, Richardson might still be able to put together a deal with a local savings bank or a lender that serves high net-worth clients.
But the lender has also grown away from its home region by buying Banca Civica SA, a group of struggling savings banks, during Spain’s banking crisis, and earlier this year took control of Banco BPI in Portugal.
The former savings bank lost more than 97 percent of its value in the first two years after the July 2011 IPO.
Once a sleepy savings bank, this 132-year-old Massachusetts institution is emerging as a regional powerhouse.
Their material, precious metal, was a store of value in an age when savings banks and IRAs didn’t exist.
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SAVINGS BANK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of savings bank for English Language Learners
: a business where people keep money that they are saving in order to earn interest on it and where they can borrow money to buy homes, cars, etc.
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