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The Virgin Money Foundation has partnered with the HFD Charitable Foundation to support a Glasgow charity's employability programme with a £20,000 funding grant. FARE Scotland received the support through the two charities' Glasgow Community Anchors' Fund for its latest career development prog

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Lanark-based recycling and waste management business Levenseat has announced plans to invest £4m upgrading a new Materials Recycling Facility (MRF), which it purchased for an undisclosed sum from Avondale Environmental today. Levenseat says it will introduce new technologies and automated proc

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Virgin Money, owner of Glasgow-based Clydesdale Bank, has appointed Susan Poot as its new chief risk officer. Ms Poot joins Virgin Money from ING Bank, where she spent over 20 years in a number of commercial and risk roles, the most recent of which was Chief Risk Officer, Retail Banking. In this rol

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Clydesdale Bank owner Virgin Money has strengthened its technology expertise, partnering with global invoice financing firm Accelerated Payments to support the development of its business banking proposition and bring additional services to customers.

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Glasgow-headquartered Virgin Money could close even more branches in Scotland after announcing plans to reduce its costs by £175 million over the next three years. The banking group, formerly known as CYBG, announced 12 branch closures in Scotland in September, which will soon leave it with ju

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Virgin Money, owner of Glasgow-based Clydesdale Bank, has launched a free new app designed to help businesses be more sustainable by measuring, tracking and offering guidance on improving their Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) credentials. Through its partnership with Future-Fit Found

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Virgin Money, owner of Glasgow-based Clydesdale Bank, has announced that it will close 31 branches across the UK, with 12 set to close in Scotland. The bank currently has 55 branches in Scotland. 

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Edinburgh-based golf tech developer Shot Scope has secured £1.5 million in funding from Clydesdale Bank owner Virgin Money to help the company scale globally. Shot Scope provides wearable, global positioning, laser and shot tracking devices designed to aid decision making and improve golf

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Virgin Money, owner of Glasgow-based Clydesdale Bank, has partnered with Edinburgh-based golf company Shot Scope, providing a funding package of £1.5m to help the company scale internationally. Shot Scope, a manufacturer of golf improvement technology provides wearable, global positioning

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