RBS Changes Name to NatWest and Brings in New Leader for Bó

Embattled UK bank Royal Bank of Scotland, a name it has gone by for 300 years, is rebranding to NatWest as part of an overhaul undertaken by its new chief executive, Alison Rose; NatWest has been part of the RBS Group since 2000 and has become the bank’s largest brand since its post-financial crisis restructuring; the bank’s digital customer bank, Bó, will get a new leader with Marieke Flament taking over from departing COO Mark Bailie; Ms Flament is also responsible for Mettle, the digital business banking brand of RBS. Financial Times

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