RBS Heritage Hub

Heritage Hub is the central point for information and resources relating to the history of the RBS family of banks.

Use the menu or search box to explore this site, or click on the links below to visit our other heritage microsites and resources.

Latest news - 2 February 2016

Until 7 February you have the opportunity to vote on which great Scottish scientist should appear on the Royal Bank of Scotland's new £10 note: James Clerk Maxwell, Mary Somerville or Thomas Telford. Just go to the Royal Bank of Scotland's Facebook page and 'like' the portrait of your choice.

You can learn more about our past and present banknote designs here.

View past news announcements.

Our other heritage microsites and resources

RBS Remembers 1914-1918

A website exploring what the First World War meant for the staff and customers of 30 historic banks that make up today's RBS and NatWest.

You can follow RBS Remembers on Twitter for news and updates.

Our teaching resources

A microsite offering archive-based teaching resources, developed in partnership with teachers and supporting the National Curriculum and Curriculum for Excellence.

RBS Archives on Facebook

Updates and topical posts about the history and heritage activities of RBS.