The Credit Society of the City of Lublin (Lubelskie Towarzystwo Kredytowe Miejskie) was founded in 1885. In 1937, its headquarters were located under the address 7 Pierackiego Street. Its Supervisory Board was composed of Stanisław Dziewulski (Chairman), Sumer Gradel, Lejzor Lidzki, Ignacy Domański, Ludwik Hafner, Mieczysław Ziberg. The Board of Directors included Stanisław Dylewski (Chairman), Symcha Bremberg, Leon Hufnagel (Deputy Chairman), Izaak Kacenelenbogen. Management: Stanisław Dylewski (Chairman), Symcha Bremberg, Sławomir Lübek. The share capital amounted to 729 084,44 Polish zlotys. The Society carried operations in Lublin in the cities located in the jurisdiction of the District Courts in Lublin and Zamość. It issued 5% covered bonds in Polish zlotys.
Rocznik polskiego przemysłu i handlu (Yearbook of Polish Industry and Trade), Warszawa 1938, nr 157.
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