Whiteaway Laidlaw Bank Ltd
Address: Queens Court, 24 Queen Street, Manchester, M2 5AH, UK
Telephone: +44 (0) 161 833 5444
Fax: +44 (0) 161 833 5434
Email: [email protected]
Whiteaway Laidlaw Bank is unique, specialising in providing business banking services to small and medium sized businesses, and personal banking to those who appreciate service and value.
Based in Manchester, they have strong links to the business communities they serve throughout the North of England and the Midlands.
With the strength, skills and professionalism of a big bank, they nevertheless have an approach to service that matches your own small business level of dedication to customer satisfaction.
Service is the cornerstone of their business – so that your business can succeed.
Whiteaway Laidlaw Bank believes passionately in Putting Service First, so much so that they have adopted these words to describe the key value underlying their approach to business.
Whiteaway Laidlaw Bank pride themselves on providing a very different kind of service to that offered by the High Street banks, not just because of the way it is delivered but also because of the commitment to you and your business that lies behind it.
- They provide you with a named Account Manager who you can telephone or email directly about either your personal or business account. As a result you get a “one-stop” service for all your banking needs.
- Account Managers are experienced and knowledgeable and can deal with all enquiries from a request for basic account information to one for an increase in your borrowing facilities. Should you have need of a major increase, then a Business Development Manager will visit you to advise you and discuss the matter in detail
- They offer all the products and services you expect of a leading bank, at a cost you may find surprisingly competitive considering the first class service level.
- They are a wholly owned subsidiary of Manchester Building Society, a mutual organisation. As a result, the culture is very different to their privately owned and stock market listed competitors, enabling them to focus on building long term customer relationships rather than thinking solely about short term profit
- You have the security of banking with an organisation that first obtained its Banking License in 1971. They have a proud history and many of their customers have banked with them for much of that period