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Coronavirus support for your business

We understand these are difficult times. If you're in need of a helping hand, we're here to support you.

Bounce Back Loan for small businesses affected by coronavirus

Lending from £2k to £50k over 6 years for businesses impacted by coronavirus. No interest payments for 12 months.

Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS)

Loans up to £5 million and no interest payments for 12 months for SMEs affected by coronavirus.

Business loan repayment holiday for NatWest customers

If you bank with us you could be eligible for a Capital Repayment Holiday on your Business Loan.

Here to support you

Supporting your business through coronavirus

Find help to get your business back on its feet. Plan to re-engage customers and build longer term business resillience.

Helping you get back to business

Access to help and support to smooth the path with tools and guidance on health and safety for your business.

Build your business the right way

Support for entrepreneurs with digital learning and access to like-minded individuals to build networks across the UK.

Stay safe and sign up for Online Banking

The quickest and easiest way to bank with us while social distancing is via our Online Banking and apps. Eligibility criteria applies.

Everyday business support

Ways to make and receive payments

Whether you're making or accepting payments electronically, by credit card, cash or cheque, find out how to do it quickly and securely.

Help with forecasting your cash flow

Know where your business stands and improve your cash flow with our guide to creating a cash flow forecast.

Managing your business accounts

Find out how to complete business banking activities such as updating your details, common payment tasks or managing users.

Protect your business from fraudsters

Fraudsters are exploiting the spread of coronavirus to facilitate fraud and cyber-crime. Take action to protect your business.

Independent service quality survey results – Business current accounts

As part of a regulatory requirement, an independent survey was conducted to ask customers of the 14 largest business current account providers, whether they would recommend their provider to other small and medium enterprises (SMEs). February 2020.

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