White, Jeff
March 2014
Cabinet Maker;3/7/2014, Issue 5875, p14
Trade Publication
The article discusses how specialist savings and lending bank Shawbrook Bank addresses the issues which are faced by many retail businesses in Great Britain when it comes to alternatives for banking needs. Particular focus is given to the bank's approach to business, especially for the retail furniture industry. Explanations from Jeff White, head of consumer retail sales of the bank, on what sets the bank from other specialist and lending banks are highlighted.


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