Where is the Bank of Scotland?
What banks come under Bank of Scotland?
- The Royal Bank of Scotland.
- Ulster Bank.
- Isle of Man Bank.
- Adam and Company.
- Child & Co.
- Drummonds Bank.
Are Bank of Scotland and RBS the same?
The Royal Bank of Scotland (or as it prefers to be known nowadays, RBS) is also headquartered in Edinburgh. It took over NatWest in around 2000 and NatWest is a brand/subsidiary of RBS Group. RBS and HBOS are totally separate banks, each issuing their own banknotes through their respective Scottish banks (RBS and BoS).
Can Scottish money be refused in England?
In England and Wales, Royal Mint coins and Bank of England notes are legal tender. In Scotland and Northern Ireland, only Royal Mint coins are legal tender, with English bank notes not classed as legal tender. Debit and credit cards are not classed as legal tender.