Trust: a word that had shared the title of banks throughout world history and certainly in the names of US banks for almost 300 years. Since this American disastrous economic collapse, banks across America have deleted the word trust from their titles. Banker Al Wayswears- AmacK put it simply: "There is none so we don't have any!"
Some banks have only amended the word trust to read trussed to refer to the Federal jock strap that keeps their savings and loans balls in business. Many in the ruptured financial industry have dropped savings from their title basically because nobody has any anymore.
The word loan has morphed into borrow since these organizations now borrow much more than they loan. A classic example of the changed nomenclature is the American Trussed Up and Beg, Borrow and Steal Inc.