Progress Report – March 2020: The Alison Rose Review of Female Entrepreneurship
One year on, this update finds that NatWest’s “Alison Rose Review of Female Entrepreneurship” has already had an impact on women entrepreneurs in the UK, with the Investing in Women Code adopted by 22 financial institutions in the country; NatWest dedicating GBP 1 billion (US$1.2 billion) in ring-fenced debt funding for women-led businesses; and Local Enterprise Partnerships established across the country.
Powering Prosperity: Financing Today’s Women Entrepreneurs
This webinar, conducted in partnership with the SME Finance Forum, explored the current landscape of financing for women entrepreneurs, with a look at case studies from innovators who are finding success and making an impact with women in business.
A Strategy for Serving Women Throughout Their Lives
This InBrief report explores the life-moments strategy to segmenting and serving the Women’s Market, starting with mapping 10 of the most important moments in the lives of women. It highlights the experiences of four members of the Financial Alliance for Women in developing solutions that solve for specific life moments, their key recommendations and lessons learned.
Unlocking the Potential of the Women’s Market: The Gender Diversity & Inclusion Imperative
This GBA InBrief explores the key benefits and challenges of implementing comprehensive gender D&I strategies, particularly as they relate to FSPs’ approaches to capturing the Women’s Market. It explores the experiences of GBA members in their journeys to become both an employer and a bank of choice for women, and provides key recommendations for FSPs seeking to embark on similar journeys.
Shared Vision: NatWest Partner with everywoman
This case study showcases the longstanding partnership between everywoman and NatWest in the United Kingdom to better engage with employees, grow their female customer base and contribute to the economy.
Disruption that Enhances the Value Proposition for Women
Jane Howard discussed how NatWest is supporting women customers with various digital solutions at the 2017 GBA Summit.
GBA Case Study I: NatWest
Julie Baker shared the strategic rationale for NatWest’s Women in Business program and discussed its journey to becoming the bank of choice for women in business in the UK at the 2017 GBA Summit.
GBA Case Study: NatWest
The fifth in the GBA’s Case Study series on best practice banks features Women in Business champion NatWest, part of the Royal Bank of Scotland. The bank has found great success through its ability to leverage partners in the ecosystem to deliver real value to its women clients.
Women in Business
This NatWest infographic shows the results of a survey of women’s attitudes and behaviors around entrepreneurship.
NatWest: How Our Staff Are Making a Difference
Rebecca and Clare had always loved creating beauty products. So when they decided to turn a passion into a business, NatWest’s Jonathan was there to help.
NatWest: Coda Falconry
Sarah always dreamed of opening her own falconry business. It wasn’t an easy road to tread, but with a solid business plan, a lot of determination and some support from NatWest and the Women in Business team, she succeeded.
Head of Customer Propositions & Delivery, Commercial Banking, NatWest
Tuck leads Customer Propositions & Delivery for NatWest’s Commercial Banking business. His team brings together lending and transaction banking products, customer service and operations in the UK and India, propositions and customer journeys, and performance management. His focus is on purpose-led, customer-focused and commercially minded delivery of products and services. Tuck joined the Group in March 2020 from Commonwealth Bank of Australia, where he was CEO of their European and US business. He has taken an active role in driving equality and inclusion initiatives throughout his career and is currently the co-sponsor of Commercial Bank’s Diversity & Inclusion Council.