NatWest can trace its history, through a continuous line of mergers, back to the 1600's. Today the bank is part of the Royal Bank of Scotland Group, having been acquired by them in 2000.
NatWest was one the first banks to abolish charges for ATM cash withdrawals and they are bucking the call centre trend by allowing customers to phone their branch directly.

Their banking products and services cater for personal, private, business and commercial customers:

  • Current accounts including children's, student and graduate current accounts
  • Savings accounts including children's, instant access, notice and fixed term acconts
  • Investment products such as cash mini ISA, investment bonds and funds and retirement planning services
  • Share dealing
  • Credit cards including student credit cards
  • Mortgages including 100%, fixed rate, variable, flexible and bridging as well as first time buyer, buy to let and remortgage. They also do mortgages for property in Spain and arrange UK mortgages for overseas buyers.
  • Loans including fixed rate, graduate, student and professional studies loans
  • Insurance products including car, home, life, travel, student and graduate
  • Currency exchange and traveller's cheques
  • International banking services including payment processing
  • Business banking products and services including current and savings accounts, payment management, business overdrafts, credit cards and loans, financing, commercial mortgages and insurance
  • Commercial banking services for customers with an annual turnover in excess of £1million
  • Private banking services for high net worth individuals

Customers can access NatWest's services by using online and telephone banking as well as by visiting one of the 1600 NatWest branches throughout the UK.

Natwest (National Westminister Bank)
Tel: 0800 200 400

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