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The Park-Union Foreign Banking Corporation (PUF) was a joint-venture bank owned by the National Park Bank of New York and the Union Bank of Canada. It was headquartered in New York City and a Shanghai branch opened on 1 October 1919. Capital was $4 million gold dollars with a surplus (undivided profits) of $754,000. The bank was unsuccessful, liquidated on 1 April 1922, and its interests taken over by the Asia Banking Corporation (B7251-).
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