Talent-spotting NatWest tackles inverted ageism
- Bank staff unite to face cuts. Littlefield, David // People Management;5/16/1996, Vol. 2 Issue 10, p7
Reports about the acceptance of the trade unions of Natwest Bank in Great Britain on the compulsive redundancies offered by the bank due to its restructuring program. Reason behind the restructuring; Demands of the unions on Natwest; Plans of the bank for the training of its employees.
- How NatWest was won. Trapp, Roger // People Management;11/8/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 22, p38
Discusses the role of the human resource (HR) department of the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) on its takeover of NatWest bank company. Actions taken by the HR department to help in the preparation of takeover; Management changes at NatWest after the takeover; Actions taken by the HR department...
- NatWest staff `left in the dark'. Lamb, Jon // People Management;10/14/1999, Vol. 5 Issue 20, p13
Reports that staff at NatWest Bank are fearful of large-scale job losses as Bank of Scotland plans its takeover. Effect of the lack of feedback from NatWest to its employees; Impact of continuing uncertainty on the morale among NatWest staff; Importance of providing an outlet for employee feedback.
- CHASING SHADOWS. // Accountancy;Feb1998, Vol. 121 Issue 1254, p48
Reports that NatWest cashback offers have been increased to four percent for all customers.
- NatWest Bank. // Long Island Business News (7/1993 to 5/2009);6/26/95, Vol. 42 Issue 26, p21
Reports that NatWest Bank has hosted a meeting at which Lithuanian trade delegates met with bank representatives and Long Island officials.
- Pricey NatWest could go piecemeal. Gabriel, Frederick // Crain's New York Business;9/25/95, Vol. 11 Issue 39, p1
Reports that the four to six billion dollar price tag placed on NatWest Bancorp. is narrowing the list of potential suitors and is raising the possibility that the bank will be dismantled and sold in pieces. Merger talks with the Bank of New York; Interested buyers include Citibank and...
- NatWest looks over `hole in ground'. Rosenkrantz, Holly // Fairfield County Business Journal;12/30/96, Vol. 35 Issue 53, p5
Reports on investment banking company NatWest Markets' consideration of a move to Connecticut from its headquarters in Manhattan, New York City. Expiration of NatWest's lease in 1997; Company's plan to construct a building in Stamford.
- Natwest sees opportunity in the South Bronx. Schulz, Matt // American Banker;9/14/1995, Vol. 160 Issue 177, p8
Focuses on Natwest Bank's commitment to the Morrisania and Grand Concourse areas of the South Bronx in New York City, through the expansion and renovation of rundown buildings in the areas. Opening of a new branch in the Grand Concourse Plaza; Provision of funds in construction loans and made...
- NatWest keeping 1,000. Harrington, John // Crain's New York Business;6/26/95, Vol. 11 Issue 26, p42
Reports that NatWest Bank would retain 1,000 workers at its technical operations and data center in Melville, Long Island, New York. Suffolk County's agreement to provide lower-cost electricity to NatWest.