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We’re creating a new bank

Building the new bank

Our vision is to create the favourite retail and commercial bank nationally, and the bank for the North-West.

Williams & Glyn will be the name of that new bank – a credible alternative to other high street banks for retail and corporate customers. Williams & Glyn still means a lot to many of our customers and colleagues. For those who don’t remember, Williams & Glyn was the brand that RBS used for its branches in England and Wales before 1985. It was seen as the ‘alternative bank’; one that went out of its way to help its customers and do things differently from the other big high street banks.

Williams & Glyn will have branches in England, Scotland and Wales. We currently serve around 1.8m customers through our RBS branches in England and Wales and NatWest branches in Scotland. These customers will become Williams & Glyn customers when our new bank launches.

As we embark on this remarkable journey, we're seeking people who put customers at the heart of everything they do, readily challenge the status quo and who enjoy working in a close-knit, agile culture.

Launching in 2017, Williams & Glyn will exist to make banking easy for our customers. Whether our customers choose to bank with us in branch, online, over the phone or by mobile technology, they’ll find us open, honest and quite different from the competition.

We’re working with a group of investors, led by Corsair Capital and Centerbridge Partners to float Williams & Glyn on the London stock exchange in early 2017.

We'll think differently and act differently, playing a positively active role in local communities, and making our people and account-holders proud.

Opportunities in our new bank

To ensure Williams & Glyn fulfils its potential, we need talented people - ready for the challenge of a new bank with an original perspective. If this is you, here's your chance to secure an exciting role in which you could contribute to the creation of a new force in banking.

Browse our current opportunities.