Yorkshire Bank

Yorkshire Bank is part of Clydesdale Bank, which is owned by National Australia Bank. It operates mainly in the North of England, especially in Yorkshire.

They offer products and services ranging from current accounts and overdrafts to loans, mortgages and insurance products.

In the 1st six months of 2010 the Financial Ombudsman Service reported that Clydesdale Bank (the company that Yorkshire Bank is part of) were the 10th most complained about finance company in the UK, receiving 1807 complaints with 39% of all complaints being resolved in favour of the customer.

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Company Name - Yorkshire Bank

  • Correspondence Address
  • Hardship Management Department
    Brunswick Point
    Wade Lane
    Leeds
    LS2 8NP
  • Reg Company Number
  • SC001111
  • Parent Company
  • Clydesdale Bank Plc
  • Registered Address
  • C/O Clydesdale Bank Plc
    30 St Vincent Place
    Glasgow
    G1 2HL
  • Consumer Credit Licence
  • 0006347
  • Website
  • www.ybonline.co.uk
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  • jenny young 07/08/2010   22:41:34
    "Bank Charges"

    I am fed up with the bank charging me a whopping £25 for going overdrawn just a few pounds, when a day or two later my benefits go in. I am on a very low income now with not working and am nearly scraping the bottom of the barrel here and you would think the banks would give a little leeway for low earners. I have had to cancel 3 DD's because i cant afford them anymore and reduce 1 of my DD's to help me manage my finances at this time, I am going to go into the bank next week and change my bank account from the £10 monthly charge one (with 4 insurances included) to hopefully either an overdraft one or a basic bank account like i used to have, hopefully with no charges!!!

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  • keith holt 29/07/2010   01:11:47
    "debt"

    i am getting annoyed with yorkshire bank phoning me every 3 months telling me i still owe them in arrears,this has been going on for over 1 year now.i keep telling them debt line pay you,then they say its up to me to tell debt line to review my payments .i tell them i pay debt line every month,but they keep saying it only lasts for 3 months then his reviewd.then they say we will take you to court.oh i am getting so fed up now i have stopped speaking to them and told them take me to court.will never bank with them again.they want you put money in there bank but has soon has you owe them a penny they are on to you.inot even give them 3 stars.

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Yorkshire Bank Directors' Details

  • Director
    Mrs Elizabeth Jane Padmore
  • Direct postal address
    Level 5
    33 Gracechurch Street
    London
    United Kingdom
    EC3V 0BT
  • Chief Executive Officer
    Mr Cameron Anthony Clyne
  • Direct postal address
    Level 5
    33 Gracechurch Street
    London
    United Kingdom
    EC3V 0BT
  • Company Director
    Sir George Malcolm Williamson
  • Direct postal address
    c/o Uk Company Secretariat
    33 Gracechurch Street
    London
    United Kingdom
    EC3V 0BT
  • Chief Operating Officer
    Mr David John Thorburn
  • Direct postal address
    33 Gracechurch Street
    London
    United Kingdom
    EC3V 0BT
  • Executive Director
    Mr John Elliott Hooper
  • Direct postal address
    33 Gracechurch Street
    London
    United Kingdom
    EC3V 0BT
  • Managing Director
    Mr Richard John Gregory
  • Direct postal address
    33 Gracechurch Street
    London
    United Kingdom
    EC3V 0BT
  • Director
    Sir David Fell
  • Direct postal address
    33 Gracechurch Street
    London
    United Kingdom
    EC3V 0BT
  • Non-Executive Director
    Jonathan Donald Sherlock Dawson
  • Direct postal address
    33 Gracechurch Street
    London
    United Kingdom
    EC3V 0BT

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Ybonline, YB Online and  Yorkshire

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