It’s often difficult to spot that someone is experiencing financial difficulties, and know how to support those who are. Jasper Davy, Head of Strategy & Relationship Management at RBS Debt Management Operations, shares some advice.
NatWest Fraud Analyst Sarah Grant highlights what small businesses can do to stay safe in a fast-paced and increasingly digital world.
Following the launch of accounting platform FreeAgent earlier this year, hear from NatWest Business customer Jo Hird on how it’s helped her with the running of her company.
Hear from business owner Katie Lyth on how NatWest’s on-going partnership with The Prince's Trust helped her start her own business.
As NatWest’s first ever Junior Consultant, child genius Mog Stinchcombe has been on a mission to uncover exactly what young people know, and need to know, about money. Hear from Mog on how it went and what he learnt…
Royal Bank of Scotland’s Susan Fouquier explains why the bank is behind the Scottish National Action Plan for Responsible Business, and how the plan aims to help make Scotland fairer, more sustainable, and stronger economically.
On the day of the 2017 NatWest British LGBT Awards, actress and television presenter Denise Welch shares her experience on winning one of the awards last year and why businesses should be supporting the LGBT+ community.
RBS apprentice Robertas Jurkaitis reflects on his experience of joining the bank and the difference it’s made to him.
‘Mumpreneur’ Alice Walsh blogs about life as a small business owner and mother, and how NatWest’s Women in Business programme has helped.
At 13-years-old, Henry Patterson is one of the UK’s youngest entrepreneurs. He has already published a children’s book and co-founded a business, and will soon see his characters come to life in animation. Hear from Henry about how it all began and how Entrepreneurial Spark, powered by NatWest, helped him.