NatWest SME support team for Mid Wales

NatWest SME support team for Mid Wales

NatWest has boosted its Mid Wales operation with the appointment of two new business banking managers working from Newtown and Welshpool. Jason Powell and Irene Gill will work with rural SMEs with a turnover of up to £2million.

Jason already has a good knowledge of helping businesses to grow having worked as a business manager in Shropshire for six years. He has worked for NatWest for nine years and lives in Shrewsbury with his wife and young son. Jason's portfolio as relationship manager will include agricultural and general trading businesses either borrowing over £25,000, or turning over more than £250,000.

Business manager Irene Gill brings over 20 years' NatWest experience to the bank's Rural Wales Business Banking team. She was formerly manager of the bank's branches in Welshpool and Newtown. Irene lives in Welshpool with her husband and two children.

Andy Woodthorpe, NatWest's director of business banking for Rural Wales, said: "These appointments illustrate our commitment to placing our most experienced managers, who are all local to the area where they work, with those customers who can benefit most from their knowledge and business contacts. I am confident that Jason and Irene will help strengthen further our existing customer relationships across Mid Wales."

NatWest's commercial team in mid Wales, represented by Eifion Green, will provide tailored banking solutions for local SMEs with turnovers between £2 and £25 million, or borrowing over £250,000. Eifion has worked with the bank for over 28 years.



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