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Hodge becomes the first Welsh bank to join Raisin UK

Every so often we get to announce another first for Raisin UK, and we’re delighted to say “croeso” as we welcome Hodge Bank as the first Welsh bank to join our marketplace.

Apply for a 1.75% AER savings account

Hodge Bank joins our marketplace with an initial offering of an 18 Month Fixed Rate Bond featuring a rate of 1.75% AER. You can easily apply for this attractive savings account by registering with us and logging into your Raisin UK Account.

Register or log in

If it’s your first time opening a savings account through our marketplace, you could claim a welcome bonus worth up to £100 for depositing between £5,000 and £85,000. Find out more about our welcome bonus.

Receive an extra gift this Christmas

This December, you can get more for your savings at raisin.co.uk. We’re giving you the opportunity to win a different prize every day on the run-up to Christmas through our Advent Calendar, as well as giving you the chance to win Christmas 2020 on us. That’s not all; if you register with us while our Christmas prize draw is running, we’ll give you a £10 Amazon.co.uk Gift Card. Terms and conditions apply.

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Remaining an independent family-controlled company

Hodge was founded in 1965 but obtained authorised status under the Banking Act in 1987, but it has a heritage that can be traced back to the 1950s and the man behind Chartered Trust plc and Bank of Wales plc. All of these institutions were founded by Sir Julian Hodge, who has been widely acknowledged as being instrumental in the development of the financial services sector of South Wales.

Although Lloyds Banking Group now owns Chartered Trust plc and Bank of Wales plc, Hodge Bank is still an independent family-controlled company, something which remains an integral part of their culture and philosophy.

This article may contain information about partner banks, savings accounts, rates and bonus offers which were correct at the time of publication on 9th December 2019.