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Julian Hodge Bank

Julian Hodge Bank is a small commercial bank in the United Kingdom. It is named after Sir Julian Hodge. The bank was formed in 1987, and is headquartered in Cardiff, Wales, the only independent bank headquartered in Wales. The total assets held by the bank at the year ending October 31, 2004 was £570 million.

Julian Hodge Bank offers a wide range of savings and loans products for both private individuals, and commercial clients. Sir Julian Hodge formed the bank after forming both the Chartered Trust Bank, and the Bank of Wales (now part of HBOS). The bank incorporated various other finance companies controlled by Hodge.

The bank has one major subsidiary, Hodge Equity Release, which operates in the mortgage market. It sold its other subsidiary, Carlyle Finance, to WesBank (FirstRand) SA in 2007.

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