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The small business panel of experts

BANKING AND FINANCE

Peter Ibbetson, chairman, small business, NatWest and RBS.

Are you worried about how to bank roll your business? Problems with your finances?

Peter Ibbetson, chairman, small business NatWest and RBS, can offer expert advice on the various aspects of running a successful small business, as well as how best to secure finance.

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Peter rejoined NatWest and RBS in October 2008.

He had been head of business banking for NatWest until 2003 when he left to put together his own portfolio of non executive directorships.

He is also non executive chairman of the Lenlyn Group, and a non executive Director of Utilyx.

Peter chairs the Social Enterprise Loan Fund and is an independent member of the London Learning and Skills Council.

He has also been a regional chairman for the East of England for Coutts and Co, and chaired the Princes Trust for Cambridgeshire, sitting too on the East of England Board.

He brings a wealth of experience to the SME sector from both the customer and banking sides.



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