If you need to borrow a little extra money for a short while, having an arranged overdraft on your business account could work for you.
For overdraft requirements above £250,000, please refer to our Commercial Lending Products
Representative example (for borrowing up to £25,000)
Lending decisions are based on individual circumstances, so the rates we offer may vary between customers. When we advertise our products, we use representative rates to show what the majority of customers may be offered. Interest is calculated daily and will be charged on a monthly basis. Interest rates for overdrafts above £25,000 are discussed upon application.
*EAR stands for Effective Annual Rate. This is a representative interest rate showing the rate you would pay if you remained overdrawn for a year.
The representative example provided does not include any future changes to the Bank of England Base Rate.
The unarranged overdraft utilisation fee is charged when your account goes overdrawn without an arranged overdraft limit, or exceeds an arranged overdraft limit. The fee will be charged each subsequent month, if you still have an unarranged overdraft on your account.
An unarranged overdraft event fee is charged every time your unarranged overdraft position increases (except where it does so as a result of charges or interest being applied). Only one event will be charged per day and there is no limit to the number of event fees that can be charged over the charging period.
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