We are proud to be bringing Clydesdale and Yorkshire Bank together with Virgin Money, under the Virgin brand. This move will provide us with a national reach, great accounts, services and facilities, packaged in a brand which is focused on great customer service and innovation.
Over the next few months, you’ll start to see our new logo on things like statements and emails. Our website and digital services are getting the full Virgin Money treatment and we’ll begin to answer the phone as Virgin Money too.
If you're worried about the impact of coronavirus on you or your business, we want to reassure you that we're here to help.
Our range of business accounts has something for organisations of all shapes and sizes. They're now available under the Virgin Money brand, the perfect combination of business expertise and Virgin innovation.
Day-to-day banking made simple. Get down to business with our range of Business Current Accounts
Savings that work as hard as you do. Grow your business with our range of Business Savings Accounts
We have a range of options to help your business move money from A to B
Business lending and some additional services will still be available under Clydesdale Bank for now. Each of these products will continue to be backed by our team of business banking experts, and over time will be re-branded to Virgin Money as we continue with our Virgin Money makeover.
Put your business plans into action with tailored funding and solutions designed to suit your business and your aspirations.
LIBOR will be discontinued in all its forms after the end of 2021.
Manage your exposure to the changes in the financial market, including commodity prices, interest rates and foreign exchange rates.
Please note some foreign exchange and currency, interest rate and commodity products may stop you benefiting from changes in the market.
Whether you’re looking to import from overseas suppliers or export to a new market of customers, our international services could help.
Business Current Accounts - Published August 2023
As part of a regulatory requirement, an independent survey was conducted to ask approximately 1,200 customers of each of the 15 largest business current account providers if they would recommend their provider to other small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs*).
The results represent the view of customers who took part in the survey.
The full set of SQI results can be found here.
We asked customers how likely they would be to recommend their business current account provider to other SMEs.
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