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Bank of England  
The Bank of England is the central bank of the United Kingdom. Sometimes known as the 'Old Lady' of Threadneedle Street, the Bank was founded in 1694, nationalised on 1 March 1946, and gained independence in 1997. Standing at the centre of the UK's financial system, the Bank is committed to promoting and maintaining monetary and financial stability as its contribution to a healthy economy.

Abbey National  
Abbey is the sixth biggest bank and one of the largest providers of mortgages and savings in the UK.Since 2004, Abbey has been part of the Santander Group, the seventh largest bank in the world by profit.

Alliance & Leicester  
The Alliance & Leicester Group can trace its origins back to 1852 and the formation of the Leicester Permanent Benefit Society.Two key events in the history of the Group were the merger between the Alliance Building Society and Leicester Building Society in 1985 to form the Alliance & Leicester and the purchase of Girobank from the Post Office in 1990.

Bank of Ireland - United Kingdom  
Bank of Ireland Business & Corporate Banking is committed to understanding and meeting your unique needs. We provide a genuinely personal service and aim to make a real contribution to the success and growth of your business.

Barclays Bank  
Our optional Barclayloan Protection Insurance has been awarded 5 stars for quality of cover by Defaqto, an independent financial product research company.

Birmingham Midshires Financial Services Limited  
Birmingham Midshires has roots dating back to 1849 and is the result of an amalgamation of some 50 building societies including the Midshires and Birmingham & Bridgwater Building Societies.

Bradford & Bingley Building Society  
At Bradford & Bingley we recognise that everyone is different. That's why we've come up with a range of products and services designed to fit with your individual needs and circumstances.

Capital Bank  
Bank of Scotland and its subsidiary companies has been part of the motor industry since 1948 when North West Securities Limited was incorporated.

Cheltenham & Gloucester  
C&G has a history in mortgages and savings going back over 150 years and has been part of the Lloyds TSB Group since 1995.Today, C&G mortgages are designed, marketed, sold and administered by Cheltenham & Gloucester plc, while Lloyds TSB Bank is the lender for C&G mortgages. On the savings side, C&G Savings is a division of Lloyds TSB Bank plc. Both Cheltenham & Gloucester plc and C&G Savings are dedicated to providing the high quality service C&G has always been known for.


BANKS Citibank UK  
Citibank is a global bank but we operate at a local level. So while we offer the vast resources and support network of a large international bank, we ensure that these are presented in a straight forward way that deliver our customers the choices that enable them to control their finances effectively. Put simply, our aim is to deliver grown-up banking.

Co-operative Bank  
The privacy of Co-operative Bank customers is very important to us, and how we deal with personal information is outlined in our terms and conditions. We hope the way in which we gather and use your personal information addresses and respects any concerns you may have:

European Bank of Reconstruction and Development  
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development was established in 1991 when communism was crumbling in central and eastern Europe and ex-soviet countries needed support to nurture a new private sector in a democratic environment. Today the EBRD uses the tools of investment to help build market economies and democracies in countries from central Europe to central Asia.

HSBC United Kingdom  
HSBC Bank plc is incorporated in England and Wales and established at 8 Canada Square, London E14 5HQ which is its Registered Office. HSBC Bank plc is regulated by the Financial Services Authority and is registered in the Financial Services Authority Register with the following Registration Number: 114216. HSBC Bank plc's registered VAT Number is GB 365684514 and its Company Register Number is 14259.

Lloyds TSB  
Lloyds TSB Commercial is a trading name of Lloyds TSB Bank plc and Lloyds TSB Scotland plc and serves customers with an annual turnover of up to £15m. Lloyds TSB Bank plc and Lloyds TSB Scotland plc are authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority and signatories to the Banking Codes.

Lombard's beginnings can be traced back to 1861 when, as the North Central Wagon Company, we hired out rolling stock to railway companies.

Market Harborough Building Society  
Market Harborough Building Society was established in the south Leicestershire town of Market Harborough in 1870. With assets now exceeding £419m, nearly 50,000 savings customers and 9,000 mortgage customers, the Society has grown steadily and prudently over the last 138 years

Midland Bank Plc (HSBC)  
When it comes to new exclusive services, it pays to have HSBC Premier. That's because we have insight around the world. So you will always feel like a local when you're travelling, whether it's for business or pleasure.

Nationwide Building Society  
Nationwide is committed to helping the communities in which we work, particularly in the areas of road safety, environmental issues as well as financial literacy. Our new Nationwide education website is designed to maximise our programmes, by stimulating and engaging children through fun interactive games that contain serious messages.

NatWest (National Westminster Bank)  
In 1968 National Provincial Bank (est.1833) and Westminster Bank (est.1836), merged as National Westminster Bank. Together these banks could trace their history back down the centuries through a lineage of prestigious constituents, dating back to the 1650's.

Northern Rock  
Northern Rock plc Transfer Order 2008, which was made under the Banking (Special Provisions) Act 2008. The Order came into effect at 00.01a.m. on 22 February. Therefore shares cannot be bought or sold.

SG Hambros Bank & Trust (Société Générale Group)  
SG Private Banking is the private wealth management arm of the Société Générale Group. With over one hundred years of experience, we offer a complete and customised wealth management service.

Standard Bank London  
Standard Bank Group Limited, one of the most established financial services groups based in South Africa and operating worldwide in 38 countries.Standard Bank offers a full range of banking, investment and lending products and services to entities from multinational corporations to individual income earners and their families

Standard Chartered Bank  
The Standard Chartered Group was formed in 1969 through a merger of two banks: The Standard Bank of British South Africa founded in 1863 and the Chartered Bank of India, Australia and China, founded in 1853.Both companies were keen to capitalise on the huge expansion of trade and to earn the handsome profits to be made from financing the movement of goods from Europe to the East and to Africa.

Bank of Ireland - Northern Ireland  
The Group's headquarters are in Dublin, and its operations extend geographically throughout Ireland and in the United Kingdom.

Standard Life Bank  
Personal savings We offer a great choice of individual savings options with competitive interest rates for yourself or your children. Rates correct as at 20 March 2008.

First Trust Bank  
First Trust Bank< supports local communities. We aim to add value and benefit through our corporate giving and sponsorship activities.

HSBC United Kingdom  
We reserve the right to introduce a monthly fee for the HSBC Premier service or transfer you to our Bank Account product should you no longer meet the eligibility criteria. Your Relationship Manager will review this with you annually.

Sabanci Bank  
Sabanci Bank is the largest independent business to business Internet Services Provider in the UK, serving over 500,000 business users.

Bradford & Bingley  
Today Bradford & Bingley is one of the United Kingdom's largest mortgage lenders with an estimated 2.9% share of total mortgage balances outstanding at the end of 2006 making it the 10th largest residential mortgage lender in the UK.

Harrods Bank  
Harrods Bank Limited is a private personalized banking service which operates from the Harrods store in Knightsbridge. Harrods Bank aims for upper-class residents of London.