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Santander Navigator

Helping you identify growth opportunities, navigate bureaucracy, optimise logistics and connect to the experts. Subscription fees may apply.


Identifying overseas opportunities

Trade Barometer provides a unique insight into businesses’ attitudes towards international trade, growth and risk which can help to identify opportunities for your business overseas.

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Bank of England base rate change

On Thursday 3 August 2023 the Bank of England base rate increased from 5.00% to 5.25%. 

How does this affect me?

Fraud warning – rise in impersonation scams

Our advice to protect your business:

  • Don’t share passwords or security codes with anyone.
  • Don’t allow anyone remote access to your computers or devices.
  • If you receive contact out of the blue to say your account is at risk, hang up.
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Vimto fizz into new markets with our connections

Nichols plc were looking to expand into new markets and needed help making local connections. So, we introduced them to our digital platform called Santander Navigator.

Santander Navigator saved them time finding the right people to speak to. This included a potential new distributor, who was able to share deeper insights into the market. Nichols plc were also able to benefit from further support via trade checklists, events, and training information.

Our sector specialists are here to help your business take the next step

We understand the complexity and evolving needs of businesses in a wide range of industries. Our experts will work with you to help turn your aspirations into reality.

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Independent service quality survey results

Published February 2024

As part of a regulatory requirement, an independent survey was conducted to ask customers (approximately 1,200 in Great Britain and approximately 600 in Northern Ireland of each of the largest business current account providers (15 in Great Britain and 5 in Northern Ireland) if they would recommend their provider to other small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). 

The results represent the view of customers who took part in the survey.