Clydesdale Bank

Clydesdale Bank

Clydesdale chief to bow out with double-digit leap in prof?its

THE outgoing head of Clydesdale Bank and Yorkshire Bank will deliver an impressive "swansong" trading performance this week, shrugging off the subdued consumer climate with a robust double-digit jump in profits.

Law firm does £1m deal with Clydesdale

LAW firm Caesar & Howie has secured a £1 million funding package from Clydesdale Bank to expand its work with older clients and Polish speakers.

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Clydesdale launches offer on mortgages

Borrowers taking a new mortgage with the Clydesdale Bank or switching to the lender from another deal are to get half-price arrangement fees, under an offer beginning next week.

NAB in talks over joint bid for hundreds of Lloyds branches

CLYDESDALE Bank's Australian owner is understood to be seriously considering a joint bid for hundreds of Lloyds Banking Group branches in a move that could pave the way for an eventual exit from the UK market.

Peacock springs surprise as she quits as Clydesdale boss

CLYDESDALE Bank chief executive Lynne Peacock yesterday surprised the Scottish financial industry by announcing she is quitting in July, to be replaced by her long-term right-hand man David Thorburn.

National Australia eyes Lloyds' branch sell-off

Clydesdale owner National Australia Bank (NAB) is reported to be planning a bid for the 600 branches that Lloyds Banking Group is being forced to sell as a condition of its government bail-out.

Firms can't get enough of fund

A FUND totalling £150 million set up by Clydesdale Bank to support small and medium-sized businesses during the recession has been snapped up.

Butterworth's key role at Clydesdale

Clydesdale and Yorkshire banks have appointed a new chief financial officer, bringing in Scott Butterworth from the two banks' parent company National Australia Bank (NAB).

Clydesdale faces Moody's downgrade

Clydesdale Bank is facing a possible credit downgrade after ratings agency Moody's launched a review of its Australian owner.

Clydesdale reports bad debts rising with profits

BAD debts climbed at the Clydesdale and Yorkshire banks as the UK's economic recovery ran out of steam in the final three months of 2010.

Clydesdale hails lift in business buy-outs

CLYDESDALE Bank has promoted Alison McGregor to head up the firm's corporate banking activities in Scotland as it positions itself to fund a wave of corporate buy-outs across the UK.

Drink is cherry on top for Clydesdale

Clydesdale Bank has pumped £600,000 into a juice drink company that aims to grow into a £100 million business.

Clydesdale to pay out after mortgage error

Clydesdale Bank has been ordered to compensate a proportion of its mortgage customers whose repayments were increased after a computer error.

Clydesdale confident it can escape takeover

THE head of Clydesdale Bank and Yorkshire Bank yesterday played down predictions of further consolidation in the sector as her group kept up the pace of organic growth with a 53 per cent jump in annual profits.

NAB chief denies talk of Clydesdale being up for sale

NATIONAL Australia Bank's boss yesterday brushed off speculation that the Clydesdale might be for sale, as City analysts said it was just as likely that NAB UK remained in the acquisition chase.

Who pays when the bank gets it wrong?

The financial watchdog often sides with customers, writes Teresa Hunter, but borrowers have responsibilities too

Clydesdale knew of £19m 'mortgage blunder' last autumn

CLYDESDALE Bank has defended its handling of the £19 million mortgage underpayment crisis after it emerged it knew of the system error as early as last autumn.

Clydesdale offers new deal on credit card balance transfers

CLYDESDALE Bank will tomorrow launch a market-leading credit card deal for borrowers transferring existing balances.

NAB mulls flotation of UK assets if RBS bid fails

NATIONAL Australia Bank is understood to be weighing a possible £2 billion flotation of its Clydesdale and Yorkshire bank operations in the UK as it battles for 318 branches being sold by Royal Bank of Scotland.

RBS rivals poised to bid for branches

CLYDESDALE Bank owner National Australia Bank, Santander and Virgin Money are all to submit bids for the 300-plus bank branches Royal Bank of Scotland is being forced to sell.

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