NatWest pledges £100bn of climate and sustainable funding and financing

NatWest has announced a series of initiatives, leading with a target to provide £100 billion of Climate and Sustainable Funding and Financing (CSFF) by the end of 2025.

Published 13 October 2021

CMA issues warning to UK banks over slow service to ex-customers

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has issued a warning to a series of UK banks including Monzo, NatWest and Virgin Money after they breached a rule requiring them to send former customers their transaction histories.

Published 23 June 2021

NatWest launches new digital Investment Junior ISA

Royal Bank of Scotland owner NatWest has launched a new Junior Stocks and Share ISA for parents and guardians wanting an affordable alternative to cash savings to help save for their children’s future.

Published 7 June 2021

RBS and NatWest staff set for hybrid working model

Royal Bank of Scotland owner NatWest has outlined plans that will see just 13% of its workforce return to the office for most of their work, with almost a third working mainly from home.

Published 2 June 2021

NatWest customers to set limit on how much money can be transferred from their account

NatWest customers will be able to set their own limit on how much can be transferred from their bank account online, in an attempt to protect the bank's customers from scams.

Published 14 May 2021

Tyl by NatWest launches loyalty app to encourage support of local businesses as lockdown lifts

Tyl by NatWest has launched a new loyalty app ‘Tyl Rewards’ designed to encourage consumers to continue supporting local businesses, by rewarding regulars as lockdown starts to lift in the UK.

Published 23 April 2021

NatWest: Support for SMEs could unlock £140bn of additional GVA growth by 2030

A new New SME Recovery Report from NatWest has revealed that targeted support for SMEs could unlock £140 billion of additional GVA growth by 2030 equivalent to creating around 3.2 million new jobs across the UK.

Published 30 March 2021

NatWest bankers to offer evening video meetings to customers

NatWest bankers will offer customers video meetings outside of normal working hours as part of a revamp of the lender’s retail banking division.

Published 25 March 2021

Progress of the Rose Review hailed on International Women's Day

The Alison Rose Review into Female Entrepreneurship (Rose Review), published in March 2019, demonstrated that up to £250 billion of new value could be added to the UK economy if women started and scaled new businesses at the same rate as UK men.

Published 8 March 2021

NatWest/RBS brings back 90% mortgages

NatWest has joined the growing number of UK lenders who have reintroduced 90% mortgages after many banks and buildings societies cut such offerings in the wake of COVID-19.

Published 15 December 2020

NatWest: A third of young Brits don't feel financially secure following COVID-19

A new survey from NatWest has found that just over a third (31%) of young Brits (aged 18-24) don’t feel financially secure in the current COVID-19 climate.

Published 15 December 2020

NatWest Group named as banking sponsor of COP26 climate summit in Glasgow

NatWest Group, formerly known as RBS Group, has been named as the banking sponsor of next year’s COP26 climate summit in Glasgow.

Published 16 November 2020

Natwest: Cashfree payments to drive small business recovery for the construction industry

Contactless and card payments will play a significant role in the economic recovery of construction firms in the UK, according to the findings of a survey conducted by NatWest's payment partner Tyl.

Published 15 October 2020

NatWest launches new green initiatives to help customers tackle climate change

Royal Bank of Scotland owner NatWest has launched a package of new initiatives to encourage customers to take control of their carbon emissions.

Published 22 September 2020

NatWest to push out top investment bankers

NatWest Group is to get rid of several top bankers as part of a dramatic overhaul of its investment bank, Natwest Markets as chief executive Alison Rose attempts to cut ties with the bank's past.

Published 10 August 2020