Royal Bank of Scotland intends to support small and medium-sized businesses during the UK exit from the EU. According to finversia.ru, the bank said it would issue loans to satisfy British companies in terms of trading and working capital under any version of Brexit. To pass this period, the British business is developing strategic and tactical plans, for which RBS is ready to provide financial assistance. NatWest Bank, a member of the RBS group, has already selected about 200 borrowers who meet the eligibility criteria for financing, and intends to contact them in the coming weeks.
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