Update on developments in Greece


Update on developments in Greece

We are monitoring the developments between Greece and its creditors.

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28 June 2015

As part of our normal business continuity process the bank is ready to react and we have various teams of experts in place across our business to minimise any impacts for our customers.

We know this may be a worrying time for those customers that have connections with Greece and we are working with colleagues across the bank to fully understand the recent developments.

If customers have any immediate concerns we would advise them to get in touch with us.

Any customers travelling to Greece should follow the travel advice from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office on their website.

UPDATE 15/10/2015

We continue to monitor developments between Greece and its creditors and are ready to support our customers if the situation changes. Any customers who have any immediate concerns should get in touch with us.

Any customers travelling to Greece should follow the travel advice from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office on their website.

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