Raisin.co.uk, the UK’s leading cash savings service, has announced the launch of the 17th bank to its marketplace – Charter Savings Bank.
The award-winning bank, which is part of Charter Court Financial Services Limited (CCFS) and OneSavings Bank, was founded in 2015 and based in Wolverhampton. The bank will launch to Raisin UK customers with four market-leading fixed rate bonds for Raisin UK customers.
Welcoming Charter Savings Bank to raisin.co.uk further demonstrates the consumer appetite for more freedom over their hard-earned cash
Discussing the launch Kevin Mountford, Raisin UK Co-Founder, said: “Welcoming Charter Savings Bank to raisin.co.uk further demonstrates the consumer appetite for more freedom over their hard-earned cash. At a time where rates are being squeezed for consumers, we’re proud to be working with partner banks like Charter Savings Bank to offer better rates on our customers’ hard earned cash”
To date, across Europe Raisin has brokered 21 billion Euros, and has 240,000 customers across 31 European countries on Raisin’s seven platforms. With 90 partner banks, Raisin offers by far the largest variety of products and partner banks of all savings platforms and allows customers a wider choice and freedom of choice.
Paul Whitlock, Group Managing Director, Savings added: “We constantly look at ways we can provide our competitive rates to savers and are delighted to partner with Raisin UK to offer more options to help their customers’ savings grow.”