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The tragic death of George Floyd has caused shock and anger throughout America, and across the world. Thousands of people, from all communities, have taken to the streets to demonstrate their frustration and call for change. Closer to home, in many messages and conversations I’ve had in the last few days, it’s clear that people within the bank feel passionately about the need for action.
NatWest, in partnership with SafeLives, has released a new guide to help highlight the signs that someone may be experiencing financial abuse.
NatWest, Royal Bank of Scotland and Ulster Bank have today 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.