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Surprisingly few banks named or even referenced in science fiction. When they do appear it is often in a novel by Robbert A. Heinlein and/or involves doing business on the Moon.

Science FictionEdit

  • Bank of Altor - "Smelter Skelter" episode of Space Precinct television series
  • Bank of Hong Kong Luna - Robert A. Heinlein's novel The Moon is a Harsh Mistress
  • Bank of Lowell - John Varley's novel The Ophiuchi Hotline, p. 174
  • Bank of Selene - Arthur C. Clarke's novel Imperial Earth
  • African Central Bank - Alastair Reynolds's novel Blue Remembered Earth, p. 49
  • Commonwealth Shared Risk - Robert A. Heinlein's novel The Moon is a Harsh Mistress
  • New Beginnings Bank of Commerce - Robert A. Heinlein's novel Time Enough for Love
  • UP Bank and Trust Company (of Xanthos) - Zach Hughes's novel Closed System
  • Fidelity Savings & Trust Bank - Robert A. Heinlein's novel Time Enough for Love (consumer banking)
  • First Bank of Orion - Robert Kroese's novel Starship Grifters
  • First Sirian Bank - Terry Pratchett's novel The Dark Side of the Sun
  • Florida Planetary Bank - John Varley's novel The Ophiuchi Hotline, p. 122

FantasyEdit

Other genresEdit

  • Bank of Dirt - Rango 2011 film
  • Mammon Bank - Phil Anthrop's "Business Discipline and the Take-Charge Leader" Nonprofit Quarterly Summer 2008, pp. 72-73
  • MetroCapital - House of Lies pilot episode
  • NEW cataylst INVESTMENTS - Identity Thief 2013 film
  • Prominence Financial Group - Identity Thief 2013 film
  • Woodgrove Bank - Microsoft doumentation

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