Saturday, 1 February 2014
Real Off-shore Banking
There are times when off-shore banking gets a bad name, but there has been much acclaim for the services of a vessel, The Otter Bank, which sailed between the North Isles of Orkney. This was how banking reached remoter islands in the group in the 1960s and now things have been restored, at least in terms of the renovation of a craft. Read more in The Orcadian about how business was transacted and enterprises floated.
Scottish Islands Explorer - banks on readers' interest