Latest RBS blogs
Primary school children in Currie, Edinburgh put on their detective hats last week to learn more about fraud and scams thanks to the Royal Bank of Scotland MoneySense programme. Les Matheson, CEO of Personal Banking, tells us why it’s so important to financially educate young people.
RBS has been working with debt management support provider PayPlan to offer digital options to customers seeking free debt advice. Hear from PayPlan CEO Rachel Duffey on how this will make a difference to customers.
For National Careers Week, National Apprentice Manager Mike White blogs about how RBS employee-led network Aspire is helping employees learn new skills and build their network.
A new survey from Royal Bank of Scotland highlights the pressure people in Scotland are feeling as they struggle to balance life inside and outside of work. Dr Kate Orton-Johnson, Senior Lecturer at The University of Edinburgh, blogs about the survey’s findings, which also show that a third of young scots feel under pressure to live up to the lives they see on social media.
Founder and CEO of National Careers Week Nick Newman blogs about how to help young people who are getting into work.
Simon McNamara, RBS Chief Administrative Officer and Executive Sponsor of the RBS Multicultural Network, recently hosted an event in discussion with Eric Holder, the first black US Attorney General. They discussed career, ethnicity, diversity and even a little bit of politics. At the event, Eric Holder shared his wisdom and experience with attendees from the RBS Executive committee and RBS Multicultural Network. Simon McNamara blogs about his experience meeting Eric, a BAME role model, and why diversity is so important to RBS.
Hear from Samantha Johnson, Chief Executive of ECHO, on the important work that the charity does to support families and individuals affected by the most common birth defect in the UK, and how NatWest has supported this year.