• Rich Holt
  • Hanna C

Brighter Dimensions

NatWest had always been made of something special. National Westminster Bank was created by a merger of 3 banks in 1968. The famous modernist arrows represented money circulating between them.
Pioneers of credit cards, mobile branches, contactless payments and the first bank to fill your house with those ceramic piggy banks, ‘NatWest’ became the modern face of retail banking. But by 2016, facing fierce competition, the bank had lost its edge, individuality and much of what it originally stood for.