Metro Bank’s Aylesbury store is collecting donations to help support the Trussell Trust as part of its Christmas Community Campaign this winter.
Metro Bank has just won The Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Award from The Top 1% Workplace Awards 2023 organised by The Financial Technologist: Metro Bank’s Enterprise Architect, Stephanie Carr was also named as one of The Top 1% Leaders of the Year.
Metro Bank colleagues from the Crawley store have delivered ten Money Zones – financial education workshops – to over 1500 children from five schools. The aim of the complimentary workshops is to raise financial awareness in students from a young age.
Metro Bank, the community bank, recently welcomed Jonathan Ashworth, Member of Parliament for Leicester South and Shadow Paymaster General to its Haymarket store.
Metro Bank has reduced its pricing across both its residential and Buy-to-Let product ranges. It has also enhanced its Buy-to-Let stress rates.
The UK’s community bank, Metro Bank, gives every colleague a Day to Amaze – essentially a paid day off to support a local charity or good cause. Sixteen Metro Bank colleagues, from different areas of the business, came together to participate in London Poppy Day.
Secured £325m capital raise, comprising £150m of new equity and £175m of new MREL issuance, alongside £600m of debt refinancing as previously announced.
Metro Bank was again the only UK high street bank to be named in the top ten of Newsweek’s annual list of the U.K.’s Top 100 Most Loved Workplaces®. The 2023 U.K.’s Top 100 Most Loved Workplaces® are the result of a collaboration with the Best Practice Institute (BPI), a leadership development and benchmark research company.
Metro Bank is asking consumers to be aware of the various purchase scams that ramp up towards the end of November with Black Friday on November 24th and Cyber Monday on November 27th - one of the biggest shopping events of the year - as its November scam of the month warning.
Metro Bank’s Wolverhampton store donated £300 to groups of students from the University of Wolverhampton. Each group had to transform a tenner into something of greater value for a local charity, The Good Shepherd.