|Account name||Treasurer's Savings Account|
|What is the interest rate?|| |
|Can Santander change the interest rate? |
|Yes, the rate can go up or down e.g. in response to industry and market conditions. If the rate goes down, we’ll let you know at least two months before the rate changes. This is detailed in Condition 18 in our General Terms & Conditions.|
|What would the estimated balance be after 12 months based on a £1,000 deposit?|| |
Estimate assumes that deposit made on 1st of the month and no change to interest rates.
This illustration is only an example and doesn't take into account individual circumstances.
|How do I open and manage my account?||Eligibility |
You can apply for a Treasurer's Savings Account if:
|Can I withdraw money?|| |
|Additional information|| |
Full Account details can be found in the Key Facts Document on the Terms and Conditions tab
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Bank from anywhere using our Santander Business Banking app or by using bb.santander.co.uk. Text me the app.
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Call us on 0800 731 6666. Lines open 8am to 9pm Monday to Friday and 8am to 2pm Saturdays. More on Telephone Banking.
You can do more than just withdraw cash at our cash machines. For example, pay in the day’s takings in cash or cheques or see your latest transactions and balance.
Everything you need to know before you apply
We recommend reading the information in the documents below before you apply. You may like to save or print them so you can see them in the future.
General Terms & conditions (pdf) including Terms of Business
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You can apply for the Treasurer's Savings Account if you:
are aged 18 or over and live in the UK
are a club, society, charity, or other not-for-profit organisation operating in the UK
have an annual turnover of up to £250,000. If your turnover is more than £250,000, visit Corporate and Commercial Banking
Apply by phone
Call us on 0800 218 2352. Lines open from 8am to 7pm Monday to Friday.
Apply in branch: Find your nearest branch
Have you got the right ID?
If you are opening a Santander Treasurer's Savings Account, we need to check your personal identity and we may need to check the existence of your organisation. Check you've got the ID you'll need to open the Treasurer's Savings Account .
Our treasurer’s accounts have been designed specifically for not-for-profit organisations such as clubs, associations/societies and charities, operated in the UK and with annual turnover of up to £250,000.
You can nominate up to three signatories on your treasurer's accounts, though the mandate requires only one of these to authorise any transaction.
To change your account details you will need to complete and return the change of details form for treasurer's accounts (pdf). This form will require the signatures of two members of the Board/Committee.
If you are a club or society holding a different account with us you'll need to complete the change of details form for clubs and societies (pdf) to change your account details.
When you have completed the form please return it to Santander Business Banking, Bridle Road, Bootle L30 4GB. If you'd like help with your request please call the Business Banking contact centre on 0800 731 6666. Lines are open 8am to 9pm Monday to Friday and 8am to 2pm on Saturdays.
Call us on 0800 731 6666. Lines open 8am to 9pm Monday to Friday and 8am to 2pm on Saturdays.
Yes - you can service your treasurer's accounts via Online Banking, Mobile Banking, over the phone, at participating Post Office branches and at cash machines in exactly the same way that you currently access your business account.
AER stands for Annual Equivalent Rate and shows what the interest rate would be if we paid interest and added it to your account each year.
Gross rate explained
The gross rate is the interest rate we pay where no income tax has been deducted.