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Natwest Intermediary Solutions announces restructure

Natwest Intermediary Solutions says it is restructuring its business, which is likely to result in a number of job losses.

The restructure forms part of the 600 job losses which RBS announced last month.

There is an ongoing consultation with the 200 staff of NatWest Intermediary Solutions with redeployment opportunities available within the company. It has not been decided how many positions will be lost within NIS.

A spokesman for NatWest Intermediary Solutions says: “In May, the RBS Group announced that it would be cutting 600 roles in the UK from its Head Office division. It confirmed that it would work through a process with people at all affected locations to determine the local impact of this. This announcement is an ongoing part of this overall review process. We will do all we can to support our people and to keep compulsory redundancies to an absolute minimum.”

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  1. Mortgage Adviser 9th June 2010 at 10:11 am

    Hope NIS keep our business consultant (J Lincoln) because he has been absolutely brilliant to work with – he is efficient, helpful and always rings to see if there are any cases he can help with – always asks how business is….etc etc

  2. Mark Thompson 9th June 2010 at 2:29 pm

    I hope they keep mine too, Richard Hanks. Always returns his calls, wants my business even if his rate is not the best on the market, really keen to help me. Will tell me if he thinks its a no, rather than waste my time. Follows my cases through to offer & phones about previous enquiries to see if they are coming into him.

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