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BNDBrunei Dollar (ISO currency code)
BNDBand
BNDBundesnachrichtendienst (German Intelligence Agency)
BNDBound
BNDBend (street type)
BNDBundesnachrichtendienst (West German Intelligence Agency)
BNDBelleville News Democrat
BNDBank of North Dakota
BNDBachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics (various organizations)
BNDBind File
BNDBuy Nothing Day (day after Thanksgiving)
BNDBiblioteca Nacional Digital (Portugal)
BNDBoys Next Door
BNDBismarck, North Dakota
BNDBossuet Notre-Dame (French school)
BNDBlazin' N' Drinkin' (Counter-Strike gaming clan)
BNDBanque Nationale de Données (French: National Data Bank)
BNDBusiness Needs Document
BNDBuilds and Deliveries
BNDBe Nice Day
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The Bank of North Dakota opened its doors in downtown Bismarck for the first time on July 28, 1919.
TOSTLEBEE, THE BANK OF NORTH DAKOTA: AN EXPERIMENT IN AGRARIAN BANKING, STUDIES IN HISTORY, ECONOMICS, AND PUBLIC LAW 36-67 (Columbia Univ., 1924); ROZANNE E.
The Bank of North Dakota is the nation's only state-owned bank and a relic of the Peace Garden State's varied political heritage.
Since it became profitable in the 1940s, the Bank of North Dakota has returned more than $555 million to the state's general fund.
Bank of North Dakota acts as trustee of the College SAVE Trust and is responsible for administering the Plan.
The result was a record high for the lender and marked the eight year in a row of record income at Bank of North Dakota. This came as net interest income at the bank grew to USD97.9m from USD88.2m the previous year as interest expense slid to USD39.5m from USD45.2m previously.
The goal of the "virtual" state bank, modeled after the Bank of North Dakota, is to support community-focused economic development.
The Bank of North Dakota, she says, "was established by the legislature in 1919 to free farmers and small businessmen from the clutches of out-of-state bankers and railroad men.
The Bank of North Dakota took 10 years from inception to funding.
For example, after the Red River flood, the state-owned Bank of North Dakota extended the city of Grand Forks a $44 million loan, which the city used to match funding from federal disaster programs and begin recovery projects.
It's a cooperative arrangement between the department, North Dakota's university system and the Bank of North Dakota.
Having a broader array of carriers and products will help our agencies better meet their customers' needs," said Jim Goetz, chairman of the ICBA Services Committee and chief executive officer of Security First Bank of North Dakota.