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Coutts, the wealth manager and private bank has today announced it is launching in Scotland.
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Royal Bank of Scotland and Edinburgh University partnership aims to assist more than 500 businesses.
NatWest has today announced the introduction of a new carbon footprint tracking feature for its mobile app to help customers reduce the climate impact of their spending.
NatWest Group and the Sustainable Food Trust (SFT) are to join forces for the next two years to support the development of a common framework of farm sustainability metrics and an accompanying assessment tool that will enable farmers to measure their environmental and social impact and give them actionable insight to help them to reduce their emissions.
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The Sustainable Homes and Buildings Coalition has launch first ‘Home is where the Heat is’ Report
NatWest and the University of Warwick are opening a new business Accelerator hub on the University’s campus, with the focus on supporting and empowering students, local entrepreneurs, and local business owners to grow their businesses.
The UK Government’s Heat and Buildings Strategy provides further clarity on the UK’s pathway to net zero.
As COP26 fast approaches, the Greener Homes Attitude Tracker finds households are still reluctant to consider EPC rating when purchasing a home.
Latest Regional PMI® data from NatWest showed further broad-based improvements in business activity and employment across all nations and regions in September. However, supply chain issues and labour shortages generally constrained growth, whilst also leading to strong upward pressure on costs and prices.
Hiring activity across Scotland continued to surge in September, according to the latest Royal Bank of Scotland Report on Jobs, rounding off a third quarter of unprecedented labour market activity.
National Westminster Bank Plc pleads guilty to breaches of Regulations 8(1), 8(3) and 14(1) of the Money Laundering Regulations 2007.