NatWest appoints new Relationship Manager for Bodmin

NatWest appoints new Relationship Manager for Bodmin

NatWest is expanding its Cornish team with the appointment of a dedicated business Relationship Manager for Bodmin.

Alaina Mitchell will be based at the NatWest in the town, and will work in partnership with businesses from start-ups to those with a sales turnover of £2 million. She will provide advice and guidance and individually tailored packages, as part of a full, locally based, relationship service.

The appointment sees Alaina returning ‘home' to the area where she was born and grew up. She has spent the last three years working for RBS Corporate Banking in Exeter, but having just got married was keen to return to live and work in Cornwall.

Commenting on her new appointment, Alaina said: "I'm delighted to be returning to Cornwall to offer a dedicated, relationship service to businesses in Bodmin. This is an excellent location for firms to thrive and I look forward to helping local businesses look at opportunities to grow and expand. I am committed to becoming an active business partner, and am looking forward to meeting as many customers as possible over the next few months. I'm excited to be joining the Cornish team and to becoming actively involved in the local business and professional community."

As well as concentrating on her new role Alaina is looking forward to spending more time horse-riding now she has returned to the county.

NatWest does not charge for its advice or management time, so business owners in the area wishing to see what the bank can offer them should contact Alaina on 07733 014281.

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