NatWest is committed to champion potential, helping people, families, and business to thrive. The bank’s purpose-led strategy includes supporting enterprise across all communities and tackling climate change.
Over the COVID-19 pandemic NatWest supported over £10 billion of lending through government schemes to c.216,000 business customer and provided c.240,000 mortgage repayment holidays.
Steven Smith, Relationship Director at NatWest, said: “Over the last year, we have supported businesses with crucial funding during an incredible challenging period. We will continue to support businesses as the economy bounces back and work with our customers to ensure their businesses are able to thrive.”
NatWest is the banking principal partner for the upcoming COP26 and wants to lead the way in helping people and businesses across the UK to tackle climate change. As part of this NatWest has launched a joint offering with green energy tech company Octopus Energy to help people and businesses go green through a new offer which allows NatWest customers to buy electric vehicle chargers at discounted rates and get access to Octopus Energy’s public charging network.
Steven added: “By working with Octopus Energy, we are providing an innovative bundled service to help them go green and do their part in tackling climate change.”