Royal Bank Of Scotland

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Small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) remain optimistic for long term recovery despite a dip in growth during August, according to latest edition of the Royal Bank of Scotland Small Business PMI report. The monthly survey of businesses across the UK revealed recovery in activity stalled in Augus

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The Royal Bank of Scotland has partnered with Converge, Scotland's largest company creation programme for the Higher Education sector, to launch a new award designed to promote female entrepreneurship in Scotland. Named after Alison Rose, CEO of RBS and author of the 2019 HM Treasury-commi

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A scheme aimed at encouraging SMEs to switch from Royal Bank of Scotland to other lenders has been extended to help struggling firms during the coronavirus pandemic. The deadline for the Incentivised Switching Scheme (ISS) has been extended to the end of February 2021, whilst a further 200,000

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Staff at the Royal Bank of Scotland are being offered the opportunity to take part in specialist training and support sessions as part of the bank's partnership with carers’ charity VOCAL. Recognising the need to support staff who may be caring for family and loved ones during lockdown, t

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Family-owned Edinburgh-based Old Curiosity Distillery has secured a £250,000 loan from Royal Bank of Scotland through the UK Government’s Coronavirus Business Intervention Loan Scheme (CBILS). The funding will provide the business, which currently employs 28 staff at its distil

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NatWest Group, the owner of the Royal Bank of Scotland, has announced the appointment of David Lindberg as its new CEO of retail banking. Mr Lindberg joins from Westpac where he is currently chief executive of its consumer division.

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The UK's six biggest banks and building society Nationwide are braced for today's results of the most exhaustive test of their ability to stand firm against 'Armageddon'.

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Permanent staff placements rose for the first time in five months in November, to provide a tentative sign of recovery in Scottish labour market conditions, according to the latest Royal Bank of Scotland report on jobs. Temporary billings also rose, although the rate of increase eased to a modest pa

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