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Business account for £400k-£6.5m turnover

Dedicated support for established businesses

Switching your business account is easy to do and you’ll get your own Relationship Manager to back you and your business.

We know the coronavirus situation is a worry, and we’re committed to supporting you and your business through this difficult time.

We’re receiving lots of business current account applications at the moment, so it’s taking us longer than usual to process them.

Thanks for your patience and understanding.

Why move your business account to us?

Everyday banking that saves you time

Spend less time managing money and more time focussed on your business with our safe, secure Online Banking and our award-winning app1.

You can make payments at home and abroad, arrange cash collections, apply for borrowing and much more – wherever you are, 24 hours a day.

Business banking experts to support you

If your annual turnover is over £400K you’ll have your own Relationship Manager whose business banking expertise could help you gain an edge over competitors. They’ll act as a trusted partner to your business, as you manage, sustain and grow it.

You can meet and chat wherever’s convenient to you – in a branch, on the phone or at your premises.

Specialist support that grows with you

As your business evolves we’ll help you adapt to new opportunities and challenges, connecting you with local business networks and our specialist teams who will share their knowledge.

We can provide tailored funding solutions and our International Team can help you trade abroad with confidence.

 

A success story

Sandhills Day Nursery in Wolverhampton switched to us to purchase their new flagship nursery and to grow their business. Watch their story to see why they think working with us has been a breath of fresh air.

Price plans

Switch to us

We recommend a full switch if you’re ready to close your existing business account. You may prefer a partial switch if you’re not ready to close your existing account.

You’ll need:

  • Your address history for the past 3 years
  • Business details, such as your registration number, address and the date of incorporation if your business is a limited company
  • Your personal details
  • Details of financial arrangements, such as mortgages, loans and credit cards

Participating providers of UK business bank accounts have agreed to a basic set of information they will need from you to set up your UK business current account. Find out what you’ll need to provide using the simple business banking checklist from UK Finance, the UK’s leading trade association for financial services.

We'll take care of your bank account switch

Call 0800 515 462 3 if you run a smaller business, charity or trust and want to switch your account to us.

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