Brexit

Brexit
What it means for business

Get ready for Brexit

Our number one priority is to serve and support our customers through Brexit.

The EU and UK Government have agreed to delay the date from when the UK was due to leave the EU from 31 October 2019 to 31 January 2020. The Withdrawal Agreement has yet to be approved by Member States and the UK and EU Parliaments. If the Withdrawal Agreement is ratified prior to 31 January 2020, the UK has the option to leave at an earlier date.  

There are no immediate changes to your banking services as a result of the extension to Article 50. We’ll continue to support you and keep you informed and updated.

You can find out more about what Brexit means for you by taking a look at information on this webpage and your customer guides.

Is your business prepared?

Brexit insight and analysis

The RBS Business Hub delivers sector specific news and views to help you through Brexit challenges and opportunities.

What Brexit means for business

Passporting

Banking in the EU

SME Finance Charter

We are a signatory to the UK Government’s SME Finance Charter, designed to support UK small and medium-sized enterprises as the UK exits the EU. We have now set out our commitments that sit alongside the government’s charter.

Brexit Frequently Asked Questions

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