Under Australian conditions it is no mean achievement to secure the support on the one hand of the Chamber of Commerce and the Bank of New South Wales, and on the other hand the support of the militant members of the Labour and Trade Union Movements,' wrote Geoffrey Remington, a Sydney solicitor and businessman and the Movement's chief lobbyist.
What does BNSW stand for?
BNSW stands for Bank of New South Wales
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of BNSW
We have 3 other meanings of BNSW in our Acronym Attic
- Bureau de Normalisation des Sols et Routes (French: Standardization Bureau of Land and Roads)
- Bedok North Secondary School (Singapore)
- Bournemouth Natural Science Society (UK)
- Bringing Nutrition Screening to Seniors (Canada)
- Burris National Speedway Series
- Brevet National de Sécurité et de Sauvetage Aquatique (French aquatic safety certification)
- Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire (UK)
- Bed Nucleus of the Stria Terminalis
- Benzenamine, N-Phenyl-, Reaction Products with Styrene and 2,4,4-Trimethylpentene (engine antioxidant additive)
- Bank of Nova Scotia Trust Company
- Beveridge-Nelson-Stock-Watson (econometrics)
- Bibliografie Nederlandse Sociale Wetenschappen (Dutch: Dutch Social Science Bibliography; resource)
- Bicycle New South Wales (Australia)
- B-ISDN Network Termination
- Barbados National Trust
- Bayes Net Toolbox (software)
- Beginning of Nautical Twilight
- Bentley Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (stock symbol)
- Bermuda National Trust
- Bicentennial National Trail (Australia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Our appraisal of the first accounts ledger and first and second minute books of the Bank of New South Wales identifies the females who had business dealings with the bank.
About Westpac Westpac Banking Corporation was founded in Sydney in 1817 as the Bank of New South Wales, changing its name in 1982.
In 1984 the RAHS agreed, in collaboration with the State Bank of New South Wales, to identify and place descriptive plaques on 101 sites (almost identical with those of 1963) in the Sydney area.
Colonial) group entities, including State Bank of New South Wales Ltd.
All mortgage loans were originated by the Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) and State Bank of New South Wales (trading as Colonial State Bank) in the ordinary course of business.
AA+ AA (Guaranteed by the Commonwealth of Australia) State Bank of New South Wales Ltd.
A detailed study of the bank accounts of the Savings Bank of New South Wales for example reveals that the new financial institutions of the middle decades of the nineteenth century were marginal to the lives of most people in New South Wales.