Business Current Accounts - Cash Tariff
A cost effective account for businesses.
Our Business Current Account - Cash Tariff provides those businesses with a high cash turnover a convenient and cost-effective way to deposit their takings.
With our Business Current Account Cash Tariff, you can take advantage of:
What you’ll need to open an account
Participating providers of UK business bank accounts have agreed to a basic set of information that they will need from you to set up your UK business current account. Find out what you’ll need to provide using the simple business banking checklist from UK Finance, the UK’s leading trade association for financial services.
To apply, you and the key parties need to be:
- Aged 18 or over
- Free from County Court Judgements (CCJs), bankruptcy and IVAs over the last 6 years
- Free from missed payments on any personal credit obligations in the last 6 years
- A UK resident with a business address in the UK.
Your organisation must be either:
- A sole trader or a partnership
- A limited liability partnership, or
- A limited company
Ready to apply?
Your application is subject to status and based on an assessment of your financial circumstances.
Please note, our Tariffs are changing with effect from the 19th June 2018. Please click here for further information (17.3KB)
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The Co-operative Bank reserves the right to decline any application.
Whether we can offer you credit depends on your circumstances and our lending policy. We may decline your application based on your circumstances or our lending policy. We may be able to offer a product that's different to the one advertised.
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