The Clan Majoribanks, also known as Clan Marjoribanks, is a Scottish clan associated with the region of the Scottish Borders. The clan takes its name from the Anglo-Norman “Marchbank,” meaning “border bank.” The Majoribanks were known for their success in trade and their rise to prominence as merchants and bankers. A notable figure of the clan is Sir Walter Marjoribanks, who lived during the 19th century. Sir Walter Marjoribanks was a prominent Scottish politician and diplomat. He served as a Member of Parliament and held various high-ranking positions in government, including the Ambassador to Russia. Sir Walter Marjoribanks’s political career and diplomatic contributions have made him a notable figure in Clan Majoribanks’s history.