• Our business and strategy

    Ross McEwan This is our public commitment to becoming the UK’s number one bank for customers.
  • Contact us

    Customer service support We want to make it as easy as possible to get in touch with us. Here are details for customers, media, investors and how to give us feedback.
  • Our values

    This is our code At RBS, our purpose is to serve customers well. We serve over 30 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.
  • Corporate governance

    Corporate 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
  • Starting on your Start Up – Nick Howe, Enterprise Manager

    Starting on your start-up Nick Howe is a NatWest Enterprise Manager who works with enterprise agencies, charities, councils and universities across London to provide support and advice on getting started in business, as well as ways of growing a business and adapting to the changing environments.
  • Economics Weekly - Inching Closer

    Economic outlook The Eurozone recovery, already anaemic, has run out of steam without much impact on the region’s unemployment rate. Joblessness in the Eurozone equals more than half of Spain’s population. And with inflation falling further in August, the European Central Bank may finally be prepared to provide an appropriate response.
  • Ian Cowie: You don’t need to run your own business on your own

    Ian Cowie discusses how running your own business can be rewarding, exhilarating and fun, but how it can also be a very lonely place.


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