RBS graduate account offering new options

14 July 2006
The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) is offering new graduates a financial stepping-stone into the dreaded 'real world' through its Graduate Royalties account.

Offering an interest-free overdraft or loan of up to £2,000, the account also includes a full range of 'lifestyle benefits', in particular money off at restaurants, bookshops, theatres, holidays and travel agents and commission-free foreign currency.

"Our Graduate Royalties account has really useable benefits and graduates can start reaping the discounts on offer as soon as their account is open," said Paul Jeffrey, head of Royal Bank Graduate Banking.

"We realise that graduates may feel under financial pressure after leaving university," he continued, "so to assist in easing that pressure we have a great team of advisers on hand in our branches to talk to graduates about any concerns that they may have."

Through RBS' graduate banking programme, account holders can also access additional borrowing options, including loans of up to £15,000 with deferred payment options at preferential rates.

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