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NAB to give up banking licence for Yorkshire subsidiary

NAB is to run its business through its Scottish bank, Clydesdale, with the restructure completed by the end of the year.

A spokesperson for NAB says:”It is purely a legal entity, for administrative reasons, we are consolidating administration and all the branding will remain the same.”

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