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Yorkshire and Clydesdale Banks on Track to Hit £10 Billion in Lending

The Yorkshire and Clydesdale Banks have announced that they on well on track to hit the £10 billion mark for new lending to both businesses and mortgage customers. The announcement was made by their parent company National Australia Bank following its accusation back in 1990. Read more

Lender Set to Pay Out £19 Million in Mortgage Blunder

Earlier this year thousands of already cash strapped borrowers faced increases to their monthly mortgage payments due to an error caused by Clydesdale and Yorkshire Bank. The Glasgow based bank is now set to have to pay up to £19 million as a result of their blunder. Read more

The Yorkshire Bank and Clydesdale Bank Increases Mortgage Lending by 4%

The Yorkshire Bank and Clydesdale Bank which is owned by the National Australian Bank has seen a reduction in its overall lending during 2010 and has increased their pricing in interest rates. Read more

Yorkshire and Clydesdale Bank Mortgage Error‎

Thousands of already cash strapped borrowers are facing increases to their monthly mortgage payments due to an error caused by Clydesdale and Yorkshire Bank. Read more

Yorkshire Bank Offers a Little Bit of Everything

Yorkshire Bank was founded in 1859 in Halifax, West Yorkshire. It is now part of the National Australia Bank Group which is one of the largest financial institutions in Australia and the 17th largest in the world.  Read more