Is there any rule in English regulating when I can omit the definite article before names?
Here is the list of banks of Taiwan taken from Wikipedia (no need to read through it, just go ahead and scroll to the bottom):
Bank of Taiwan
Land Bank of Taiwan
Taiwan Cooperative Bank
First Commercial Bank
Hua Nan Commercial Bank
Chang Hwa Bank
Shanghai Commercial and Savings Bank
Taipei Fubon Bank
Taipei Star Bank
Cathay United Bank
Export-Import Bank of the Republic of China
Bank of Kaohsiung
Mega International Commercial Bank
Taiwan Business Bank
Standard Chartered Bank Taiwan
King's Town Bank
Taiwan Shin Kong Commercial Bank
Bank of Panshin
COTA Commercial Bank
Union Bank of Taiwan
Far Eastern international Bank
E.SUN Commercial Bank
Taishin International Bank
Jih Sun International Commercial Bank
EnTie Commercial Bank
CTBC Bank - China Trust
As it can be seen, none of these names contain definite article "the". However, if you go to the respective wiki page of each bank, you will see that almost all of those pages start with the article 'the' placed right before the bank's name. Later in the text, however, the article is sometimes omitted.
So, is there any rule in English telling me whether I should say:
Jack usually transfers his money to Chang Hwa Bank.
Jack usually transfers his money to the Chang Hwa Bank.