OK so you're an existing customer. Is the bank account...

What kind of community group are you?

So, you’re a Registered Charity. Here are the things we’ll need from all the trustees, members or signatories…

Personal details

  • Full names (including middle names)
  • Personal addresses and date of entry to the address (if it’s less than three years, we’ll need previous address)
  • Date of birth and country/town of birth
  • Contact details (including contact numbers and email addresses)
  • Nationality (including details of any dual nationalities/citizenships)
  • Tax purpose residency details (which country are they resident for tax purposes)
  • Confirmation that applicants haven't been insolvent, bankrupt, sequestrated or involved in any court proceedings for debt, or made arrangements with creditors. (If any of these have happened to any applicants, we may need more information)

Organisation details

  • Trading and registered addresses, along with organisation contact details
  • Information about your organisation's activities, including income and expenditure, membership structure and number of members
  • Details of countries in which your organisation operates
  • Details about any countries you, or your organisation, are registered in for tax purposes

 

Your charity number

Charity Numbers are provided by the Charity Commission when you register a charity with them

Additional information we may require

We may require this additional information from you before we can progress your application, so please try to have it ready:

  • Governing Documents. These can be in the form of a constitution or articles of association
  • Overseas payment details. If your organisation sends money overseas, we will need info on the recipient and that includes how the money will be sent; approximate amounts sent; name of recipient and country
  • Bank statements. If your organisation is transferring from another bank, we will require copies of 3 months’ bank statements of your existing account

How to submit your ID online

To make it easier for you to provide us with your ID, you can do it online. We have a service, called DigiDocs that can verify your ID safely and securely.  You just need to supply us with your UK mobile number and email.

And now for the important legal stuff…

To apply for our Community current account, you must meet these requirements

  • Your organisation's annual turnover is under £2m
  • You and any other account holder will be aged 18 or over
  • You will be a signatory on behalf of organisation you're applying for
  • You or any other account holders are not currently declared as Bankrupt

How your information might be used

It's important for you to understand how we use and share your information. Please read this short summary before you continue with your application.

Are you ready to continue?

Thanks! Looks like you’re all set and ready to begin

By starting your application, you confirm that you're giving us consent to run a credit check on you and any other people listed on your application

So, you’re a Club or Society. Here are the things we’ll need from all the trustees, members or signatories…

Personal details

  • Full names (including middle names)
  • Personal addresses and date of entry to the address (if it’s less than three years, we’ll need previous address)
  • Date of birth and country/town of birth
  • Contact details (including contact numbers and email addresses)
  • Nationality (including details of any dual nationalities/citizenships)
  • Tax purpose residency details (which country are they resident for tax purposes)
  • Confirmation that applicants haven't been insolvent, bankrupt, sequestrated or involved in any court proceedings for debt, or made arrangements with creditors. (If any of these have happened to any applicants, we may need more information)

Organisation details

  • Trading and registered addresses, along with organisation contact details
  • Information about your organisation's activities, including income and expenditure, membership structure and number of members
  • Details of countries in which your organisation operates
  • Details about any countries you, or your organisation, are registered in for tax purposes

Additional information we may require

We may require this additional information from you before we can progress your application, so please try to have it ready:

  • Governing Documents. These can be in the form of a constitution or articles of association
  • Overseas payment details. If your organisation sends money overseas, we will need info on the recipient and that includes how the money will be sent; approximate amounts sent; name of recipient and country
  • Bank statements. If your organisation is transferring from another bank, we will require copies of 3 months’ bank statements of your existing account

How to submit your ID online

To make it easier for you to provide us with your ID, you can do it online. We have a service, called DigiDocs that can verify your ID safely and securely.  You just need to supply us with your UK mobile number and email.

And now for the important legal stuff…

To apply for our Community current account, you must meet these requirements

  • Your organisation's annual turnover is under £2m
  • You and any other account holder will be aged 18 or over
  • You will be a signatory on behalf of organisation you're applying for
  • You or any other account holders are not currently declared as Bankrupt

How your information might be used

It's important for you to understand how we use and share your information. Please read this short summary before you continue with your application.

Are you ready to continue?

Thanks! Looks like you’re all set and ready to begin

By starting your application, you confirm that you're giving us consent to run a credit check on you and any other people listed on your application

So, you’re a Church or Religious Organisation. Here are the things we’ll need from all the trustees, members or signatories…

Personal details

  • Full names (including middle names)
  • Personal addresses and date of entry to the address (if it’s less than three years, we’ll need previous address)
  • Date of birth and country/town of birth
  • Contact details (including contact numbers and email addresses)
  • Nationality (including details of any dual nationalities/citizenships)
  • Tax purpose residency details (which country are they resident for tax purposes)
  • Confirmation that applicants haven't been insolvent, bankrupt, sequestrated or involved in any court proceedings for debt, or made arrangements with creditors. (If any of these have happened to any applicants, we may need more information)

Organisation details

  • Trading and registered addresses, along with organisation contact details
  • Information about your organisation's activities, including income and expenditure, membership structure and number of members
  • Details of countries in which your organisation operates
  • Details about any countries you, or your organisation, are registered in for tax purposes

 

Your charity number

Charity Numbers are provided by the Charity Commission when you register a charity with them

Additional information we may require

We may require this additional information from you before we can progress your application, so please try to have it ready:

  • Governing Documents. These can be in the form of a constitution or articles of association
  • Overseas payment details. If your organisation sends money overseas, we will need info on the recipient and that includes how the money will be sent; approximate amounts sent; name of recipient and country
  • Bank statements. If your organisation is transferring from another bank, we will require copies of 3 months’ bank statements of your existing account

How to submit your ID online

To make it easier for you to provide us with your ID, you can do it online. We have a service, called DigiDocs that can verify your ID safely and securely.  You just need to supply us with your UK mobile number and email.

And now for the important legal stuff…

To apply for our Community current account, you must meet these requirements

  • Your organisation's annual turnover is under £2m
  • You and any other account holder will be aged 18 or over
  • You will be a signatory on behalf of organisation you're applying for
  • You or any other account holders are not currently declared as Bankrupt

How your information might be used

It's important for you to understand how we use and share your information. Please read this short summary before you continue with your application.

Are you ready to continue?

Thanks! Looks like you’re all set and ready to begin

By starting your application, you confirm that you're giving us consent to run a credit check on you and any other people listed on your application

So, you’re a Non-personal Trust. Here are the things we’ll need from all the trustees, members or signatories…

Personal details

  • Full names (including middle names)
  • Personal addresses and date of entry to the address (if it’s less than three years, we’ll need previous address)
  • Date of birth and country/town of birth
  • Contact details (including contact numbers and email addresses)
  • Nationality (including details of any dual nationalities/citizenships)
  • Tax purpose residency details (which country are they resident for tax purposes)
  • Confirmation that applicants haven't been insolvent, bankrupt, sequestrated or involved in any court proceedings for debt, or made arrangements with creditors. (If any of these have happened to any applicants, we may need more information)

Organisation details

  • Trading and registered addresses, along with organisation contact details
  • Information about your organisation's activities, including income and expenditure, membership structure and number of members
  • Details of countries in which your organisation operates
  • Details about any countries you, or your organisation, are registered in for tax purposes

Additional information we may require

We may require this additional information from you before we can progress your application, so please try to have it ready:

  • Governing Documents. These can be in the form of a constitution or articles of association
  • Overseas payment details. If your organisation sends money overseas, we will need info on the recipient and that includes how the money will be sent; approximate amounts sent; name of recipient and country
  • Bank statements. If your organisation is transferring from another bank, we will require copies of 3 months’ bank statements of your existing account

How to submit your ID online

To make it easier for you to provide us with your ID, you can do it online. We have a service, called DigiDocs that can verify your ID safely and securely.  You just need to supply us with your UK mobile number and email.

How your information might be used

It's important for you to understand how we use and share your information. Please read this short summary before you continue with your application.

And now for the important legal stuff…

To apply for our Community current account, you must meet these requirements

  • Your organisation's annual turnover is under £2m
  • You and any other account holder will be aged 18 or over
  • You will be a signatory on behalf of organisation you're applying for
  • You or any other account holders are not currently declared as Bankrupt

Are you ready to continue?

Thanks! Looks like you’re all set and ready to begin

By starting your application, you confirm that you're giving us consent to run a credit check on you and any other people listed on your application

Do you have a Relationship Manager?

Call your Relationship Manager

You should have a direct number for them. You can discuss applying for an additional Community business account with them. They can start the application for you and arrange to get the appropriate signatures. 

Business and Relationship Managers are available 9am-5pm Monday to Friday.

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(Minicom - 0800 404 6160)

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