Institute of Bankers

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INSTITUTE OF BANKERS

Arms of Institute of Bankers

Official blazon

Arms : Pean, a circular chain Or; on a chief gules, an open book gold between two bezants.
Supporters: On the dexter side a figure representing Themis proper holding in the exterior hand a pair of scales Or; and on the sinister side a figure -representing Hermes proper holding in the exterior hand his caduceus Or.
Motto: Probus et fidelis

Origin/meaning

The arms were officially granted on July 30, 1954.

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