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Malta
Max. €100000
mfsa.mt
AgriBank PLC was established in 2012 in Malta, and after acquiring the necessary rights, they began offering financial services specifically designed for the agricultural and the renewable energy industries in the UK. Since then, AgriBank PLC has expanded their services to UK savers, and they’ve begun specialising in collecting online deposits. Deposits made into savings accounts from AgriBank PLC are protected by the Maltese Depositor Compensation Scheme up to the equivalent of €100,000 per person, per banking group.
United Kingdom
Max. £85000
fscs.org.uk
Established in 1966, Ahli United Bank (UK) PLC is a UK incorporated bank headquartered in London. It was originally set up to meet the investment and banking needs of offshore investors and visitors from the Gulf. Today, its range of British banking services include Private Banking, Wealth Management, Residential Property Finance, Commercial Property Finance and Premium Banking services. Deposits made into savings accounts offered by Ahli United Bank (UK) PLC through Raisin UK are protected by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) up to £85,000 per person, per banking group.
United Kingdom
Max. £85000
fscs.org.uk
Established in 2009, Aldermore Group PLC provides financial products to businesses and individuals. Through their core values of being reliable, expert, dynamic and straightforward, Aldermore aims to deliver banking as it should be. In addition to dedicated online banking solutions and phone services, Aldermore has a network of UK offices. In March 2018, Aldermore became part of FirstRand Group.
United Kingdom
Max. £85000
fscs.org.uk
Founded in 2013, Axis Bank UK Ltd. is a wholly owned subsidiary of AXIS BANK LTD. and is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and Prudential Regulation Authority. Deposits made into savings accounts offered by Axis Bank UK Ltd. through the Raisin UK savings marketplace are covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS).
Malta
Max. £85000
fscs.org.uk
BNF Bank p.l.c. was incorporated in Malta on 27 March 2007 as Banif Bank (Malta) p.l.c., and licensed to operate as a credit institution in terms of the Banking Act. On 4 October 2016, JUD Investment Group Limited, a subsidiary of Al Faisal International for Investment, acquired a controlling stake in the Bank, and to date remains its largest shareholder. The Bank’s name was subsequently changed to BNF Bank p.l.c. In September 2019, and the Bank established BNF Bank p.l.c. (London Branch), an overseas company registered in the United Kingdom bearing company number FC036636. The Bank is a key player in the Maltese financial services sector and has an international presence through its branch in London. The latter’s strategic focus is participation in the syndicated loan market and raising retail deposits through the Raisin platform. BNF Bank aims to be the bank of choice for individuals and businesses, driven by the highest principles of ethical and social responsibility. In Malta, the Bank offers personal and business clients highly personalised products and services, through a network of 12 retail branches equipped with automated teller machines (ATMs) and deposit machines spread across the island, a corporate and business banking centre, a local trading room, as well as a strong team of customer care representatives. Through the Commercial Banking arm, BNF Bank offers a wide array of services to retail, small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs) and corporate customers. With more than 200 employees, the Bank makes every effort not to treat customers as mere numbers and for this reason, the Bank has managed to carve lasting relationships with its customers while attracting new ones, who see the Bank as innovative and above all true to the promise of service personalisation. The Bank is focused on growing its own digital channels solidly founded on the notions of scalability, speed, security and stability. The Financial Services Compensation Scheme protects deposits made into savings accounts offered by BNF Bank Plc via our marketplace up to £85,000 per person, per banking group.
United Kingdom
Max. £85000
fscs.org.uk
Founded in 1810, Brown Shipley is a UK authorised private bank with over 200 years of experience, and is regulated by both the PRA and FCA. Brown Shipley is headquartered in London with offices in seven other UK cities, offering fully integrated wealth planning, investment management and banking services. Brown Shipley is owned by Quintet Private Bank, and is part of a group of boutique private banks and wealth managers operating across over 50 European cities. Being part of Quintet expands their scale and security and adds a truly global outlook to already strong foundations. All eligible deposits made into Brown Shipley bank accounts are protected by the FSCS up to a total of £85,000 per individual.
United Kingdom
Max. £85000
fscs.org.uk
Launched in 2012, Cambridge & Counties Bank is a British bank with a customer-focused approach to financial services. They offer a variety of financial services, including savings accounts which you can apply for at Raisin UK, as well as property finance, asset finance and classic car finance. All eligible deposits made into Cambridge & Counties Bank savings accounts are protected by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) up to a total of £85,000 per person, per banking group. Find out more about Cambridge & Counties Bank as part of our ‘Meet the Bank’ series.
United Kingdom
Max. £85000
fscs.org.uk
Charter Savings Bank is an online retail bank which has helped UK customers deposit over £6 billion in award-winning online and postal accounts. Founded in 2008, Wolverhampton based Charter Court Financial Services Limited is a specialist financial services business built for today’s challenging mortgage and savings markets which launched Charter Savings Bank in 2015. All eligible deposits made into Charter Savings Bank savings accounts are protected by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) up to a total of £85,000 per person, per banking group.
United Kingdom
Max. £85000
fscs.org.uk
FCMB Bank (UK) Limited is headquartered in London and is an independently established wholly owned subsidiary of First City Monument Bank Ltd, which was initially founded in 2009 as an investment company. FCMB Bank (UK) Limited started offering banking services in 2013 and in September 2018, they expanded their portfolio to include retail and corporate banking, catering to the financial needs of businesses and individuals. FCMB Bank (UK) Limited is committed to achieving a high level of customer satisfaction by offering attractive investment opportunities coupled with honesty, service and respect. FCMB Bank (UK) Limited is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority.
United Kingdom
Max. £85000
fscs.org.uk
Gatehouse Bank, formerly Milestone Savings, is a new ethical Sharia-compliant challenger bank that is authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority. Gatehouse Bank adheres to a strict ethical code of Sharia banking principles, and subsequently, they won’t invest in gambling, alcohol, tobacco or arms. Instead, they support projects with less ethical concerns, such as property and real estate projects across the UK. The principles of Sharia banking prohibit excessive uncertainty, gambling and speculation, and as the Financial Services Compensation Scheme protects savings products offered by Gatehouse Bank through Raisin UK, you can rest assured that your capital is secure.
United Kingdom
Max. £85000
fscs.org.uk
Hampshire Trust Bank (HTB) is a privately owned British bank that provides award-winning savings services. HTB also specialises in finance solutions for British businesses through specialist mortgages, business finance and development finance products.   The FSCS protects deposits made into savings accounts offered by Hampshire Trust Bank Plc through our marketplace, and Hampshire Trust Bank Plc is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority.
United Kingdom
Max. £85000
fscs.org.uk
Founded in 1965, Hodge Bank is a British bank headquartered in Cardiff, who succinctly describe its approach as a financial service provider as “doing the right thing”. With half a century’s worth of experience in the later-life lending market, and more than thirty years providing lending and deposits to private and commercial clients, Hodge believes it knows what customers need.
Sweden
Max. Kr1050000
riksgalden.se
HoistSavings is the savings arm of Hoist Finance, and all eligible deposits made into HoistSavings savings accounts are protected by the Swedish deposit guarantee scheme, and up to a total of SEK 1,050,000 per person, per institution.Hoist Finance, founded in 1994, is a Swedish financial institution listed on the Nasdaq Stockholm stock exchange under the supervision of the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority, offering deposit accounts covered by the Swedish deposit guarantee scheme. Hoist Finance is a trusted debt resolution partner to individuals, companies, and banks in eleven European countries. With over 1,700 dedicated colleagues, smart digital solutions, and a deep understanding of individual financial circumstances, we help over six million customers keep their commitments. Hoist Finance has a diverse portfolio of asset classes and our online savings platform in Sweden, UK and Germany enables our unique funding model. For more information, please see: https://www.raisin.co.uk/swedish-deposit-protection-scheme/
United Kingdom
Max. £85000
fscs.org.uk
ICICI Bank UK plc was established in the UK in 2003 and offers a range of personal, business, corporate and investment banking services in the UK and Europe. The bank is a subsidiary of ICICI Bank Limited, which has over 60 years of experience in finance and a presence in 17 countries.
United Kingdom
Max. £85000
fscs.org.uk
Since they were founded in 1974, the Investec Group has gone from strength to strength. They acquired London-based Allied Trust Bank Limited in 1992, and in 1997, renamed it to Investec Bank (UK) Limited before it then became Investec Bank PLC in 2009. Investec offers savings accounts that have been designed to help you achieve your financial goals without compromising on flexibility. The FSCS protects deposits made into savings accounts offered by Investec Bank PLC through our marketplace, and Investec Bank PLC is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority.
United Kingdom
Max. £85000
fscs.org.uk
Founded in 1924, İşbank has continued to grow through innovation and their strategy to achieve sustainable and profitable growth based upon their philosophy of being, “the bank closest to its customers”. İşbank is Turkey’s largest private bank*, and in 2020,  it was ranked 156th in The Banker Magazine’s list of “Top 1000 World Banks”. İşbank strives to provide the best quality commercial and retail banking services to its customers, which as of the end of 2020, included approximately 9.2 million digital customers. The FSCS protects deposits made into savings accounts offered by İşbank through our marketplace, and İşbank Ltd is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority. Please note, İşbank Ltd is listed on the FSCS website under their official name in Turkish, Turkiye Is Bankasi AS. (*) As of December 2020, in terms of total assets, total loans, total deposits and shareholders’ equity.
United Kingdom
Max. £85000
fscs.org.uk
Launched in September 2015, OakNorth Bank is the UK bank for entrepreneurs, by entrepreneurs, providing loans of £500k to £50m to the “Missing Middle” – high-growth businesses which are the most significant contributors of economic and employment growth, yet still struggle to access fast, flexible debt finance. To date, the bank has lent several billion pounds to hundreds of businesses across the UK who have collectively gone on to create tens of thousands of new homes and jobs across the country. OakNorth Bank’s lending is supported by its range of Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS)-protected savings accounts, available to savers at all stages of life. Find out more about OakNorth Bank as part of our ‘Meet the Bank’ series.
United Kingdom
Max. £85000
fscs.org.uk
Paragon Bank PLC is a subsidiary of the Paragon Banking group PLC which is a FTSE 250 company based in Solihull in the West Midlands. Established in 1985, Paragon Banking Group PLC has over £12.5 billion assets under management and manages over 420,000 customer accounts.
United Kingdom
Max. £85000
fscs.org.uk
Headquartered in London, QIB (UK) Plc provides private banking services and structured real estate financing in the UK, as well as a range of personal savings products, and has been fully authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the FCA and PRA. The Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS), the UK’s statutory deposit guarantee scheme, protects all eligible deposits offered by QIB (UK) Plc through the Raisin UK savings marketplace. In 2019 QIB UK won The Banker’s UK country award for best Islamic Bank. QIB UK won this award in part for its provision of attractive products and services including its leading deposit products available through Raisin UK. As a result of this offering, QIB UK is seeing increased interest from non-Islamic customers who are looking to benefit from the bank’s competitive rates, as well as its high ethical standards and customer service. Established in 1926, The Banker is read by senior decision makers at the world’s foremost financial institutions. Each year, The Banker produces a definitive ranking of the industry’s best Islamic financial institutions in order to promote and reward excellence in the global Islamic banking community.
United Kingdom
Max. £85000
fscs.org.uk
Helping good people do great things with money – Reliance Bank has been at the forefront of social impact banking since 1890, when they were formed by William Booth, the founder of The Salvation Army. Over the years they have worked with social impact businesses of all shapes and sizes and put compassionate customer service at the heart of what they do. Reliance Bank prioritises business lending to organisations delivering positive social impact in the UK. Reliance Bank is proud of its shareholder, The Salvation Army International, which helps people whose lives have been affected by emergencies, disasters, poverty and social inequality. Reliance Bank has supported businesses and charities for over 130 years and offers residential mortgages, deposit products for personal and business customers and business bank accounts and lending. By banking with Reliance Bank, you’ll be joining a group of like-minded people that are passionate about delivering positive social impact in the UK. The Financial Services Compensation Scheme protects deposits made into savings accounts offered by Reliance Bank Plc via our marketplace up to £85,000 per person, per banking group.
United Kingdom
Max. £85000
fscs.org.uk
Teachers Building Society was founded in 1966 by the National Union of Teachers (now the National Education Union) to help teachers and other education professionals onto the property ladder and provide a safe haven for their savings. Today, the Teachers Building Society offers a wide range of mortgage options to teaching professionals as well as a variety of competitive savings options which are available to all. As a mutual organisation, Teachers Building Society is run solely for the benefit of their members, rather than shareholders. This means that instead of paying dividends to shareholders, they invest their profits back into the products and services they offer, ensuring that their mortgage and savings rates are as competitive as possible. The FSCS protects deposits made into savings accounts offered by Teachers Building Society through our marketplace, and Teachers Building Society is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
United Kingdom
Max. £85000
fscs.org.uk
UBL UK is a banking institution incorporated in the UK and authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA). The Company was formed in 2001 from the merger of the UK branches of two Pakistani banks, United Bank Limited and National Bank of Pakistan, who had been operating in the UK since the mid-1960’s. The principal activities of the Company are to provide retail banking products through its branch network in major cities in the UK; wholesale banking, treasury and money transmission services, and finance facilities to businesses of all sizes. Deposits made into savings accounts offered by UBL UK  through Raisin UK are protected by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) up to £85,000 per person, per banking group.
United Kingdom
Max. £85000
fscs.org.uk
Since 1983, Union Bank UK plc has operated from the heart of London. Fully authorised by the UK regulator in October 2004 as an independently incorporated UK bank, Union Bank UK plc provides a comprehensive range of banking services, including trade finance, personal banking, business banking, treasury services, commercial lending and private banking. Union Bank UK plc is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and Prudential Regulation Authority and subscribe to the Financial Services Compensation Scheme.
United Kingdom
Max. £85000
fscs.org.uk
Headquartered in London, Zenith Bank (UK) Ltd was authorised by the FSA in 2007 and has embraced and promoted online banking. Zenith Bank (UK) is the UK subsidiary of Zenith Bank PLC which was founded in 1990. The FSCS protects deposits made into savings accounts offered by Zenith Bank (UK) through our marketplace, and Zenith Bank (UK) Ltd is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority.