Yorkshire Bank

Yorkshire Bank is part of the National Australia Group, and was founded in 1859 in Halifax, West Yorkshire. Today, the Bank has more than 190 Yorkshire Bank branches, a strong personal customer base and an extensive business capability, delivered through its Financial Solutions Centres (FSCs) in the North of England and the Midlands.

The FSC network offers Members a tailored range of business and private banking services under one roof. A team of specialist partners, each with considerable local experience, work together
to provide Members with end to end solutions for their business, with a range of networking opportunities and meeting facilities available as a benefit of membership.

Yorkshire Bank launched its business support initiative – Investing for Growth – to help successful businesses grow and develop. The support package offers both new and existing business customers a dedicated planning service and a more flexible approach to lending. Loan repayment holidays, interest-only repayments and extended loan and credit facilities are just some of the flexible support options available under the Investing for Growth initiative which also includes a dedicated financial planning service.

Yorkshire Bank is a trading name of Clydesdale Bank plc., which is a subsidiary of the National Australia Bank Group of companies. Yorkshire Bank joined the Group in 1990.



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