From their beginnings in 1810 up until the 1970s, Trustee Savings Banks were local institutions that were largely independent of one another.
In 1976, following an Act of Parliament, the remaining 73 TSBs merged into 16 regional institutions. This paved the way for TSB to be floated on the Stock Exchange ten years later, when it became a fully-fledged plc.
Click on the tree graphic to open a pdf version. Select the names listed below the family tree to explore the history of some of our savings banks.