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What Brexit means for you

Helping you to make the most of the UK’s new relationship with the EU

A new era has begun for the UK and EU now that the Brexit transition period is over. To help you understand how this could affect you and what it means for your finances, we’ve put together a series of guides, articles and Q&As to support you and help you feel more confident about the future.

Last reviewed: 05/03/2021

How Brexit could affect your travel, finances and investments 

How you can travel in the EU after Brexit

Your key questions answered

Find out what Brexit could mean for your travel plans with this summary of some of the key points.

What Brexit means for you and your finances

Your key questions answered

We’ve provided answers to some key questions you may have about the impact of Brexit on your finances.

How Brexit could affect house prices and investments

Your key questions answered

From property to investments and the outlook for the economy, we look at how Brexit could affect your financial plans.


If you live in the EEA

Brexit and the EEA

If you have an address outside the UK, but within the European Economic Area (EEA), you may face changes to your banking and investment products and services in the future.

How do I close an account with you?

The steps you need to take will depend on the type of account you want to close.  

Reclaiming your money if your address is in the EEA

If we’ve written to you to let you know we’re closing your savings or current account because you have an address in the European Economic Area (EEA), you should now make alternative banking arrangements, withdraw any money in your account and close it. 

Brexit and your business

Brexit and beyond

Adapting to change

We’ve put together a series of articles and guides to support you and your business, and help you feel more confident about the future. 

Brexit Frequently Asked Questions

Our answers are correct at the time of writing but things may change, so always look out for the most up-to-date information. 

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