Posts Tagged ‘Clydesdale Bank’

Clydesdale Bank launches Growing Business support package

Clydesdale Bank has today unveiled a package of measures to support growing businesses across the UK. The “Growing Business” package of measures will provide new and additional support for businesses looking to start up, expand or switch their banking arrangements. This range of initiatives underlines the Bank’s commitment to help UK businesses grow under the […]

Compliance Pitfalls Outlined to Kent Solicitors

Law firms from Kent have been finding out how to ensure they are fully compliant with the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) Handbook, at an event hosted by Clydesdale Bank’s Maidstone Financial Solutions Centre (FSC). Local law firms joining the nationwide teleconference heard legal experts outline some of the potential pitfalls of failing to adopt the […]

Committed South East Small Business Owners Sacrifice Personal Life To Keep On Track

Small business owners in London and the South East are working long hours, through ill-health, and with few or no holidays, according to new research from Clydesdale Bank. According to the Bank’s estimates, the region’s owners contribute to the 64 million extra working days each year UK-wide to keep their businesses going. Clydesdale Bank’s new […]

Small business legislation 2012 – a look ahead

Small businesses are being advised to prepare for the impact of new and upcoming legislation in 2012. Experts at Clydesdale Bank have identified three key pieces of legislation that they strongly recommend small businesses pay attention to this year. Among the most pressing pieces of legislation for the sector in the coming year are: The […]

Banker Justin is going back to his roots

A banker with ‘dirt under his fingernails’ from his years in farming has joined Clydesdale Bank as its Agri Business Partner for Kent and Sussex. Born and bred on a mixed farm between Eastbourne and Lewes in Sussex where he worked with his family, Justin Ellis also spent a year managing a dairy farm in […]

Business investment intentions strong despite economic uncertainty

Businesses in the south east continue to feel affected by economic uncertainty and market volatility, but are more confident about their own prospects than that of the wider economy over the next 12 months. According to new research by Clydesdale Bank released today (September 12, 2011), more than half (58%) of the businesses questioned in […]