|Key People||James Pettigrew (Chairman) | David Duffy (CEO)|
|Headquarters:||Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom|
|☎ Telephone number:||+44-141-951-7320|
|Routing number:||Contact the bank’s customer care|
|Number of employees:||Around 4,616|
|Number of locations:||Not known|
|ATM locator||Find here|
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Clydesdale Bank: Introduction
Clydesdale Bank, the official name of which is Clydesdale Bank plc, appears to be a Scotland-based commercial bank. Actually, Clydesdale Bank appears to be among the largest banks in Scotland, though the Bank of Scotland and the Royal Bank of Scotland beat Clydesdale. Same as those two banks, Clydesdale Bank has a right to issue its own banknotes.
The bank’s history started back in 1838, when it was opened by a number of merchants and liberal activists. In particular, one may mention the name of James Lumsden, a businessman, police commissioner and the Lord Provost of Glasgow, who stood behind this bank. Clydesdale Bank was purchased by Midland Bank back in 1920, which resulted in the formation of the National Australia Bank Group. However, Clydesdale Bank spin off from its parent company in 2016.
As of the present time, Clydesdale Bank is a subsidiary of CYBG plc. It also owns Yorkshire Bank, an English bank that operates mostly in Northern England. At the beginning of 2015, the annual revenues of Clydesdale Bank exceeded 1 billion British pounds.