Coutts has been named as the winner of a “diversity and inclusion” award.
The private bank, which is part of NatWest Group’s wealth management division, won the title of Best Private Bank for Diversity & Inclusion (Europe) at the Global Private Banking Awards.
The bank also won the title of Best Digital Initiative in Private Banking (Europe).
The awards came just months after Coutts apologised for debanking GB News presenter Nigel Farage.
The politician’s Coutts account was closed because his views did not “align” with the bank’s own values “as an inclusive organisation”.
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An independent review into the closure of Nigel Farage’s Coutts account identified “serious failings” over its treatment of and communication with Mr Farage.
The investigation ruled the decision to close his account was lawful and predominantly commercial.
Nigel Farage revealed Coutts intended to close his account in June
Dame Alison will get £2.4million for 12 months’ worth of pay and benefits, as well as around £800,000 for former bonus shares due to vest in March next year.
She could have been eligible for a further £4.7million worth of shares and almost £2.9billion in variable pay awards.
NatWest stressed that there was “no finding of misconduct” against her.
Dame Alison said: “I am pleased that NatWest Group has confirmed that no findings of misconduct have been made against me,” she said.
“I can also confirm acceptance of the terms of the settlement agreement, which is in line with NatWest Group’s remuneration policy, bringing the matter to a close.”
GB News has contacted Coutts asking for comment.