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  2. Welcome to NatWest. Our extensive personal banking products include bank accounts, mortgages, credit cards, loans and more. Visit today to see how we can serve you.

  3. Log in to NatWest Online Banking

    NatWest Online Banking is easy, secure and lets you do all the things you need to do to manage your money online. Log in to NatWest Online Banking.

  4. NatWest - Wikipedia

    National Westminster Bank, commonly known as NatWest, is a major retail and commercial bank in the United Kingdom based in London, England. It was established in 1968 by the merger of National Provincial Bank and Westminster Bank. In 2000, it became part of The Royal Bank of Scotland Group, which was re-named NatWest Group in 2020.

  5. NatWest Group

    We are a relationship bank for a digital world. Championing potential, helping people, families and businesses to thrive. By supporting our customers at every stage of their lives, we can build long-term value, invest for growth, make a positive contribution to society and drive sustainable returns for shareholders.

  6. Banking with NatWest | Everyday Banking | NatWest

    Manage your day to day banking easily, quickly and securely in the NatWest app or Online Banking. Get in touch over the phone or find a branch near you.

  7. NatWest Mobile Banking - Apps on Google Play

    Did you know that over 9 million customers now use the award-winning NatWest mobile banking app to access their account every day? Download our app today to make your day-to-day banking easy, quick and secure. Why the NatWest app? • Set up current, savings and student accounts instantly

  8. Enter your personal details - NatWest Online Banking

    You have your account number and sort code handy. Where can I find my account details? You can find your account details on your statements, cheque book, or paying in book. Our branches can also give you this information. For credit card only customers, you'll need your card number and expiry date.