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NAB rumoured to close Yorkshire, merging it with Clydesdale

Speculation is NAB will also close its banks in Ireland and Ulster and shelve plans to expand in the South-East.

NAB is understood to be planning to relinquish Yorkshire&#39s licence to cut costs, and retreat to Glasgow, folding the English bank&#39s business into the Clydesdale.

It is thought that NAB chose Clydesdale over Yorkshire, after research revealed that it was a more powerfull brand.

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