Business banking app debuts on the App Store

Business banking app debuts on the App Store

RBS and NatWest are proud to announce their RBS & NatWest Business Banking App for iPad, iPhone and iPad touch is now available on the App Store.

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08 February 2012

Business customers are able to track and monitor multiple bank accounts (allowing entrepreneurs to view their full account portfolios), check balances, view transactions and make intra-account transfers. A "near me" function provides addresses and opening hours of the nearest RBS or NatWest branch to them.

Business banking app

The introduction of the Business Banking App, which was developed in response to customer feedback and demand, increases the options available to business customers of how they interact with the bank. It also provides them with 24 hour access to their account information.

Security is one of the key drivers of the new app, and customers will have to be registered as online banking users and will have unique pass codes to access the accounts.

Ed Hodges, head of mobile, business and commercial banking commented:

"Accessibility is a key feature we hear about in customer's feedback. The traditional 9-5 working day is becoming more and more a rarity and this provides the customer with account information around the clock. The launch of the app is the latest development in providing our customers with a clear choice of how they manage their relationship with us. "

The RBS & NatWest Business Banking App is available for free from the App Store on iPad, iPhone and iPod touch or at

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