Starting a small business, or already run an established business with a turnover of less than £2 million and ready to switch banks?.You could be eligible for 25 months free day-to-day business banking with Clydesdale Bank’s Business Current Account.
Apply online for a Business Current Account in as little as 15 minutes.
No monthly account fee or service charges for 25 months on Direct Debit and other automated transactions, cash deposits and withdrawals (paid in, paid out or exchanged up to a limit of £250,000 per annum). Excludes international and CHAPS payments.
Designed for the basic management of your everyday business banking needs, this account offers the full services of a current account, with the option of an agreed overdraft. Our relationship-based approach means we’re always here to help and with our internet banking services and mobile app, it's easy to stay on top of your finances.
All facilities are subject to status and applicants must be aged 18 or over. We will review each business on a case by case basis to ensure you meet the offer qualifying criteriaGo to footnote .
Offer applies to new Small Business Banking customers with a turnover of less than £2 million switching their main business current account or start ups opening first account within 12 months of beginning trading. No charges apply to cash or cheque deposits and withdrawals, Direct Debits or other automated transactions. Borrowing facilities up to £250,000 available subject to status, fees apply. Charges for “additional services” and “borrowing charges” are not part of the free banking offer and are highlighted in our business banking tariff. Charges will apply for international and CHAPS payments. Cash limit (paid in, paid out or exchanged) of £250,000 per annum. At the end of the free banking period, you will move to our business banking tariff
Participating providers of UK business bank accounts have agreed to a basic set of information that 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 Account Checklist from UK Finance, the UK’s leading trade association for financial services.