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Payroll giving: What is it and why do we do it?

Senior Sustainability Manager Michael Duncan explains how payroll giving works and how RBS employees are using it to make a difference to the charities they care about.

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RBS Multicultural Network meets Eric Holder, 82nd US Attorney General

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.

Guest blog: Support children affected by congenital heart disease

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.

People love to give

Head of Giving Programmes Michael Duncan blogs about RBS signing up as a Giving Tuesday Founding Partner in 2014, and the difference employees and customers have made since.

Guest blog: Using MoneySense to support financial education this 'Talk Money Week' and beyond

Deputy Head Teacher Mrs Ellie Dawson blogs about how she uses the NatWest MoneySense programme and how it helps her students.

RBS responds to the Gender Recognition Act Reform Consultation

Nicholas Crapp, LGBT Sponsor at RBS, explains why this is important to the bank and its colleagues and customers.

Accelerating the transition to a low carbon economy

Richard Saint, Head of Energy, Infrastructure & Industrials at NatWest, blogs on the bank supporting customers who want their businesses to become greener.

Together we support World Mental Health Day

Hear from Executive Sponsor for Wellbeing - Aileen Taylor, on why it’s so important to keep the conversation going on mental health.

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