List of banks in Hungary

Hungarian National Bank Source: Calyon Bank no longer available in Hungary Credigen Bank Magyar Takarékszövetkezeti Bank WestLB Hungaria Bank The market share of the banks in terms of assets at the end of 2015,: OTP Bank: 7,966.48 billion HUF UniCredit Bank: 2,971.12 billion HUF K&H Bank: 2,607.22 billion HUF Raiffeisen Bank: 1,991.40 billion HUF MKB Bank: 1,974.41 billion HUF Erste Bank: 1,883.08 billion HUF CIB Bank: 1,730.13 billion HUF Magyar Fejlesztési Bank: 1,321.55 billion HUF Budapest Bank: 963.67 billion HUF FHB Bank: 894.74 billion HUF FHB Jelzálogbank Fundamenta-Lakáskassza Központi Elszámolóház és Értéktár Magyar Export-Import Bank Magyar Fejlesztési Bank OTP Jelzálogbank OTP Lakástakarékpénztár UniCredit Jelzálogbank These are the registered representative offices of foreign banks within the National Bank of Hungary: KDB Bank Commerzbank Deutsche Bank Bank of China List of Hungarian companies Hungarian economyComplete list as of January 15, 2011. List based on information from the Hungarian Financial Supervisory Authority website

Terry Scott

Owen John "Terry" Scott was an English actor and comedian who appeared in seven Carry On films. He appeared in BBC1's domestic sitcom Terry and June with June Whitfield. Scott was born and brought up in Watford and educated at Watford Field Junior School and Watford Grammar School for Boys, he was the youngest of three children, the only surviving son after his brother Aubrey died when Scott was six. After National Service in the Navy at the end of World War II, he studied accounting. Scott began his acting career with appearances on radio shows such Workers Playtime, which were followed by appearances on television, he gained an opportunity to perform in farce. With Bill Maynard he appeared at Butlin's Holiday Camp in Skegness and partnered him in the TV series Great Scott - It's Maynard!. During the 1960s, he appeared alongside Hugh Lloyd in Hugh and I, they both appeared as Ugly Sisters in pantomime at The London Palladium and Scott reappeared in the same role with Julian Orchard in years. Scott appeared with Lloyd in Hugh and I Spy and in the 1969 sitcom The Gnomes of Dulwich as gnomes.

Scott's novelty record "My Brother" was based on a schoolboy character. In the 1970s, he had a role in TV commercials for Curly Wurly caramel bars, in which he again appeared dressed as a schoolboy, with short trousers and cap, he repeated this performance several times on BBC TVs long-running variety show The Good Old Days. Scott had played a small role in the first of the Carry On films series of films, Carry On Sergeant in 1958. In 1968 he returned to the series with a role in Carry On Up the Khyber, playing main roles in six of the films, he starred alongside June Whitfield in several series of the comedy Happy Ever After and its successor and June. They had first worked together making a series of the sketch show Scott On, they featured in supporting roles together in the film version of Bless This House. Although both Scott and Whitfield both made several Carry On appearances, they never appeared in the same film. From 1981 to 1992, Scott was the voice of Penfold the hamster in the animated series Danger Mouse.

He suffered from ill health for several years in the latter part of his life. In 1979, he had a life-saving operation after a brain haemorrhage, he suffered from creeping paralysis and had to wear a neck brace on television. Scott was diagnosed with cancer in 1987, he died from its effects at his family home in the village of Witley, in the county of Surrey, on 26 July 1994, at the age of 67, he said of his last illness: "I know it would be better to give up the booze and birds, but life would be so boring, wouldn't it?". When Terry and June ended in 1987, he suffered a nervous breakdown; the attack was in part brought on by his public confession that he had had a series of affairs since his marriage to dancer Margaret Peden in 1957. The couple had four daughters: Sarah, Nicola and Ally. Don't Light The Fire'Til After Santa's Gone/My Brother, Parlophone R 4967 Terry Scott on IMDb