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Bardsley Construction goes with Santander

Construction Worker, Switches banker for the first time appointing Santander - SantanderCB

Manchester-based Bardsley Construction has switched its banker for the first time since it was founded more than half a century ago, appointing Santander Corporate & Commercial Banking to replace Royal Bank of Scotland. Santander will provide corporate funding and a comprehensive refinancing package. The £50m-turnover business enjoys a diverse workload including the construction, conversion and refurbishment of homes, educational, sporting and leisure facilities, specialist medical centres and industrial and retail premises. Ian Henry, Relationship Director, Large Corporate Group, Santander Corporate & Commercial Banking, said: 'The group is a major employer in Tameside and we are delighted to be able to support a business with such strong links to the local community.'

 

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