COVID 19 – Supporting our customers
Companion card launched for carers supporting vulnerable customers
NatWest, Royal Bank of Scotland and Ulster Bank have announced the introduction of a new ‘companion card’ – a supplement to their existing current accounts that will enable vulnerable customers and those in extended isolation to give trusted volunteers a way to pay for their essential goods.
Headquarters used as food bank distribution hub
NatWest Group and The Scotsman newspaper call for businesses to donate food and hygiene products to support poverty charities during coronavirus crisis.
NatWest announces £1m fund to SafeLives
NatWest has announced the launch of a £1m fund to support victims of economic and domestic abuse, in partnership with SafeLives; the UK-wide charity dedicated to ending domestic abuse, for everyone and for good.
Supporting local enterprises
NatWest contributed £5 million to the Prince’s Trust Enterprise Relief Fund which helped companies like KHAN Performance.
Leaders call on PM for socially just and green recovery from COVID-19
A letter sent to the Prime Minister on Tuesday 9th June calls on his government to use the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to frame Covid-19 recovery plans.
Chief Executive and Chairman pay announcement
NatWest Group Chief Executive Alison Rose and Chairman Howard Davies will forgo 25% of their fixed pay for the remainder of 2020, which will be donated to the National Emergencies Trust (NET) Coronavirus Appeal.
Banking and mobile industries unite to tackle COVID-19 text message scams
The UK mobile industry, banking and finance sector and the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) have joined forces to prevent criminals from sending scam text messages exploiting the Covid-19 crisis.