Yorkshire Bank was founded in 1859 in Halifax, West Yorkshire. Yorkshire Bank has 182 retail branches, a strong personal customer base and a business banking capability through a UK-wide network of 22 Business & Private Banking Centres. Yorkshire Bank is a trading name of Clydesdale Bank plc, a subsidiary of the National Australia Bank Group (opens in a new window) of companies. Yorkshire Bank joined the Group in 1990.
The Group confirms that it complies with the Prudential Regulation Authority's General Organisational Requirements 5.8 and the Financial Conduct Authority's Senior Management Arrangements, Systems and Controls Handbook (SYSC) 4.3A.11R. These rules require a firm that maintains a website to explain on the website how it complies with certain requirements of General Organisational Requirements and SYSC relating to governance.
To demonstrate compliance with certain of the General Organisational Requirements and SYSC rules, the Group has published a Corporate Governance Statement.
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