RBS develops its roots

Posted on April 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) is to develop a business development healthcare team to serve Scotland. Headed by Ken Brown, director of healthcare in Scotland, Nick Elder, Derek Breingan and Hamish Maclean will provide dedicated business support to the regions throughout Scotland. RBS says all three business development managers have experience within healthcare and will use their understanding and knowledge of the healthcare sector to develop first class financial solutions. RBS will now provide an additional level of support throughout Scotland to the individual teams which cover Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen, Inverness, Tayside, South West, Fife and Central, and Lanarkshire. Mr Brown said a major focus of the team would be centred around supporting the care home sector, but also provide specialist expertise in the areas of learning disability, specialist long term care, assisted living, close care, children’s day nurseries, private hospitals, doctors’ surgeries and pharmacies. “At RBS we have a long

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