Through our brands, we provide financial products and services to personal and business customers throughout the UK and beyond. Our brands are who our customers interact with every day, and who they choose to do business with. They include some of the most recognised names in banking, and their heritage goes back over 350 years. Each has its own distinctive identity and expertise, backed by the support and determination of RBS.
Founded in 1968 when National Provincial Bank, Westminster Bank and District Bank amalgamated, NatWest supports customers across England and Wales with personal, private and business banking needs, and supports large corporates in Western Europe.
NatWest has since gone on to lead the way in several elements of banking, championing the use of cash machines in the 60s, winning Best Banking App two years running, and being one of the first banks to launch ApplePay and Touch ID security.
As a partner of Entrepreneurial Spark and the Rugby Football Union, a sponsor of the British LGBT Awards, and a leading supporter of The Prince’s Trust Enterprise Programme among several others, NatWest has become a well-trusted household name.
Learn more about how NatWest has been serving its customers for 40 years.
Royal Bank of Scotland
Royal Bank of Scotland has been serving customers over three centuries, and has had a significant impact on the landscape of banking.
Boasting the world’s first overdraft, the first house purchase loan by a UK bank, and the first fully-fledged internet banking service, Royal Bank of Scotland has been making banking easy and accessible to our customers since 1727.
Serving 1.8m personal customers and more than 110,000 business customers, Royal Bank of Scotland has had an enormous impact on Scotland’s economy. And working closely with several fantastic charities and programmes, it’s proud to have been giving back since the beginning.
Find out more about Royal Bank of Scotland.
Ulster Bank was established in 1836 in Belfast and started to expand across the rest of Ireland in 1860.
Ulster Bank now serves small business, private and commercial customers across the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.
Recognised as Ireland’s most responsible business at Chambers Ireland Awards for Corporate Social Responsibility, Ulster Bank is a proud and prominent contributor in all the communities it serves.
Learn more about Ulster Bank’s culture, innovations and achievements.
Coutts offers a prestigious private banking and wealth management service, and serves high net worth and affluent cliental across the world.
Boasting several awards including ‘Best Total Wealth Solutions Provider – HNW’ at the Private Asset Management Awards and ‘Best Benefits or Loyalty Programme of the Year’ it’s easy to see why Coutts has attracted prosperous clients for over 300 years.
Along with inspiring ambition and opening the door to a superfluity of opportunities, Coutts is proud to be involved in a brilliant programme that is working towards breaking the cycles of poverty and providing basic human needs to those in vulnerable situations.
Learn more about the vibrant culture and history of Coutts.
Adam and Company
Founded in Edinburgh in 1983, Adam & Company’s aim is to exceed clients’ expectations by tailoring the service they offer to meet individual needs.
Specialising in private banking, investment management and financial planning, Adam & Company have a progressive approach and work to securing their clients’ futures.
Learn more about Adam & Company.
Child & Co
Based in the legal hub of London, and trading from its Fleet Street site since 1673, Child & Co serves personal, private and business banking services to clients in the UK.
It’s particularly well known for serving some of the UK’s biggest law and accountancy firms, and has a reputation for specialising in legal matters.
Child & Co has a legal and professional services hub that supports many of the biggest law firms in the UK, as well as three of the ‘Big Four’ UK accountancy firms.
Find out more about what makes Child & Co unique.
Established around 1712, Drummonds is one of Britain’s oldest private banks, offering traditional private banking services. Drummonds is proud to be one of the few banks chosen by Camelot to provide a specialist banking service for UK lottery winners.
Its mission statement since 1792 has been ‘to make the welfare of the customer the first object’ and is a principle it has followed to this day.
Find out more about Drummonds’ rich history.
With its origins dating back to around 1809 when an army agent was established in London to mange the accounts of regiments, Holt’s has since built a reputation as being a loyal supporter of the military services, among several other organisations.
Holt's dealt with the pay of more than 65,000 army officers during the First World War, and over the past 21 years, Holt’s has been the proud sponsor of the Royal Military Academy Boxing Club.
Learn more about the fascinating history of Holt’s.
Isle of Man Bank
Isle of Man Bank is the Island’s oldest native bank established in 1865.
Known as ‘the community bank’ it provides Isle of Man customers with retail, private and business banking services.
Find out more about Isle of Man Bank.
Founded in 1861, Lombard is one of the oldest and largest providers of asset finance.
With its entrepreneurial approach, it’s helped businesses to obtain the necessary assets for success. And by allowing businesses to access the finance they need, Lombard has supported their sustainable growth and secured their future.
Between 2009 and 2016, Lombard is proud to have taken home the Business Moneyfacts’ ‘Best Leasing & Asset Finance Provider Award’. But despite being known for asset finance, Lombard also supports by connecting them with quality banking services, vehicle funding and fleet management, and specialist technology solutions.
Learn more about the specialist service Lombard offers.
RBS International was established in 1963 and has become one of the world’s leading offshore banks.
It offers a full range of services to corporate and markets customers, and its key target sectors include Funds, Real Estate Finance and Financial Intermediaries. It also has locally-based specialist representation in Jersey, Guernsey, Isle of Man and Gibraltar that provides treasury and risk management services.
Find out more about RBS International.
NatWest Markets is the investment banking arm of the business, and offers financing, risk management and trading services.
With sales and trading operations in London, Singapore and Stamford, and sales offices in Hong Kong and Tokyo, it’s able to cater for a wide spread customer base.
With access to global markets, NatWest Markets provides insight and expertise to support its customers and allow them to invest wisely and responsibly.
Find out more about the services NatWest Markets has on offer.