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Bank of Scotland has appointed David Henderson to the role of real estate relationship manager following considerable growth within the sector. Mr Henderson, who joined the bank in 1988, has a wealth of experience in the banking sector which will now be put to use in supporting Aberdeenshire's prope

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A new Scottish Widows life and critical illness product range has been rolled out to Bank of Scotland customers. The "Plan and Protect" products, which were made available to some Halifax customers last October, are now available across the UK to all Bank of Scotland, Lloyds Bank and Halifax custome

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Housing, care and property management group Wheatley has secured a ground-breaking investment of £76.5 million that will enable it to build hundreds of new affordable homes. The 25-year debt funding deal provided by Scottish Widows, through its partnership with the Bank of Scotland’s Rea

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Fraser Sime Business confidence in Scotland rose three points to 20 per cent in the first six months of the year in spite of uncertainty over Brexit, according to the latest Business in Britain report from Bank of Scotland.

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Lloyds Banking Group has introduced a ban on buying Bitcoin with credit cards, affecting customers of Bank of Scotland, Lloyds Bank, Halifax and MBNA. The move has reportedly been sparked by fears that the continued fall in the price of Bitcoin could leave customers in serious and unsustainable debt

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Sir Peter Burt Sir Peter Burt, former chief executive of Bank of Scotland, has passed away at the age of 73.

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Philip Grant, treasurer of the Bank of Scotland, and Frances Simpson, chief executive of Support in Mind Scotland Bank of Scotland has announced plans to raise money for a mental health charity when the new £10 polymer note comes into circulation tomorrow.

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Scots celebrating Christmas are planning to spend an average of £534 on Christmas, according to new research from Bank of Scotland, which could lead to total festive spending of £2.35bn if replicated across the country. The bank's research into 2016 Christmas spending plans shows that only 14 per

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Nick Laird October survey data collected by Bank of Scotland pointed to a slower expansion of Scotland’s private sector. Output growth weakened, new business levels stagnated and volumes of incomplete work deteriorated while costs soared.

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