Report: UK banks are lending £3bn to social organisations
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Report: UK banks are lending £3bn to social organisations

22 Jul 2016 | Alice Sharman

A report commissioned by RBS has estimated that banks in the UK have over £3bn invested in outstanding lending to social organisations, and that there is no evidence that banks discriminate against the social sector.

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