• Contact us

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  • Our values

    This is our code At RBS, our purpose is to serve customers well. We serve around 24 million customers across the globe, and our aim is to consistently meet their needs wherever they find us.
  • Where we do business

    RBS worldwide Supporting our customers to access international markets in Europe, Asia, the Middle East and North America.
  • Board and Governance

    Board and Governance of RBS Group We continually seek to maintain high standards of corporate governance whilst remaining on the forefront with compliance best practice.
  • Safeguarding against fraud

    Safeguarding against fraud Keeping our customers safe is at the heart of what we stand for. Here are our tips and advice on what you can do to prevent yourself becoming a victim of fraud.

Latest news

  • Business lending: July Deals of the Month

    saddle hostel Our July Deals of the Month range from lending to a vegetarian restaurant in Kent, to supporting the expansion of a care home company.
  • Economics Weekly - Holding off

    £5 note There’s a neat symmetry between monetary policy in the US and the UK. The US Fed, like the Bank of England, is being scrutinised for signs it’s about to start raising rates. But both institutions have domestic concerns – low inflation, as well as global ones – China’s slowdown. So both are holding off from rate hikes, for now at least.
  • RBS CEO visits first eSpark hatchery

    ross mcewan at espark Royal Bank of Scotland CEO Ross McEwan’s recent visit to Entrepreneurial Spark gave him the chance to see one of the accelerator’s biggest funding successes to date as a start-up secured a $1 million (£644,000) investment.

History

RBS, founded in 1727, is one of the oldest banks in the UK. We are proud of our long history and hold archives dating back to the very beginnings of British banking.

RBS Heritage hub

Explore what the First World War meant for staff and customers of 30 historic banks that make up today's RBS and NatWest.

RBS Remembers