Natwest is owned by the Royal Bank of Scotland, which is in turn 73% owned by the British Government. The Government is in the process of selling off its remaining shares in the RBS Group.
It is one of Britain's largest high street banks and offers the full suite of financial products. This includes insurance products as well as banking facilities.
Its poor customer happiness and trust scores mean that it tends to be towards the middle or bottom end of our tables.
Its current accounts and personal loans are amongst the least impressive within their respective product groups. Trust scores for these two are some of the worst in their category and transparency don't fare much better.