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Weatherbys adopts new domain in a bid to combat cybercrime
13/07/2017 , News Team

Weatherbys Bank is among the first UK banks to adopt the .BANK domain as its redesigned website launched earlier this week.

“We take the issue of cybercrime very seriously,” stressed Roger Weatherby, chief executive of Weatherbys Private Bank.
 
“Accordingly, we are pleased to be one of the very early adopters of the .bank suffix which is only available to licensed banks. and we will be changing our domain name to weatherbys.bank.

“Our commitment to service excellence remains a top priority.  In addition to providing our clients with this additional level of security, we have redesigned our website. Navigation has been simplified and is complemented by a clean, contemporary design which provides easy access to online banking and our wider financial services offering including lending, deposits, FX, investment and wealth advice.”

Seventh generation family-run company, Weatherbys has had a busy month, recently announcing new appointments of Quentin Marshall as head of private banking and Oliver Barnett as team head.

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