RBS and Natwest are just two of the brands within the NatWest Group – a relationship bank for a digital world.
NatWest Group champion potential; breaking down barriers and building financial confidence so the 19 million people, families and businesses they serve in communities throughout the UK and Ireland can rebuild and thrive.
NatWest Group is the largest business and commercial bank in the UK, with a leading retail business. They are the biggest supporter of the business sector – banking around 1 in 4 businesses across the UK and Ireland, from start-ups to multi-nationals.
As a UK banking and financial services company, they’ve evolved to meet the needs of large companies, as well as small businesses and individuals.
NatWest serves customers in England and Wales supporting them with their personal, private and business banking needs, and supports large corporates in Western Europe.
Alongside a wide range of banking services, NatWest offers businesses specialist sector knowledge in areas such as manufacturing and technology, as well as access to specialist entrepreneurial support.
RBS, the Royal Bank of Scotland, was established in Edinburgh in 1727. In the three centuries that followed it played an instrumental role in supporting Scotland’s economic and industrial development.
Royal Bank of Scotland has paved the way in banking since it was established. From the world’s first overdraft, and the first house purchase loan by a UK bank, to the first fully-fledged internet banking service, the bank has a history of making life easier for its customers. The bank is committed to serving communities and putting the interests of customers first. It's with its customers everyday for all the things that matter, serving 3.3 million personal customers.
Royal Bank of Scotland has a long-standing partnership with the Scottish Rugby Union, allowing the opportunity to recognise its customers with access to tickets and unique experiences. Fittingly, RBS and Natwest recently Match Funded their employee’s sponsorship raised from an ambitious abseil of the home of Scottish Rugby Union, Murrayfield Stadium – raising funds for ‘Mylo’s new downstairs bedroom’.