CYBG raises business banking fees to ‘stay competitive’ just weeks after RBS competition fund snub

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Clydesdale and Yorkshire bank owner CYBG has increased its business banking fees to remain “competitive” just weeks after missing out on a share of a £425m RBS competition fund.

CYBG was snubbed in favour of three challenger banks, Metro, Starling and ClearBank last month despite investing heavily in its bid.

Read more: Three challenger banks win £280m from RBS competition fund

After missing out the bank said it was still committed to growing its SME business and developing its capabilities.

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