FSCS - A

Hover over your provider below for FSCS licence info:

 
AA

AA

Shared Licence

Accounts opened since 2nd September 2015. The following providers are all covered by their parent Company; The Bank of Ireland Group UK Plc:Bank of Ireland UK, The Post Office and AA (accounts opened since 2nd September 2015).

As a result, if you hold more than £85,000 in total with these providers, not all of your money will be protected by the FSCS.

 
 
Access Bank UK

Access Bank

Own Licence

Sensible Savings is a trading name of The Access Bank UK Limited, which is not part of a shared licence.

But if you hold more than £85,000 not all of your money will be protected by the FSCS.

More information on The Access Bank UK
 
 
AgriBank UK

AgriBank UK

Own Licence

AgriBank UK is not part of a shared licence.

But if you hold more than £85,000 not all of your money will be protected by the FSCS.

 
 
Aldermore

Aldermore

Own Licence

Aldermore Bank is not part of a shared licence.

But if you hold more than £85,000 not all of your money will be protected by the FSCS.

 
 
 
Allied Irish Bank

Allied Irish Bank (GB)

Shared Licence

The following providers are all covered by their parent Company; AIB (UK) Plc: Allied Irish Bank (GB) and First Trust Bank (NI).

As a result, if you hold more than £85,000 in total with these providers, not all of your money will be protected by the FSCS.

 
 
 
Allica Bank Ltd

Allica Bank Ltd

Own Licence

Allica Bank Ltd is not part of a shared licence.

But if you hold more than £85,000 not all of your money will be protected by the FSCS.

 
 
Al Rayan Bank

Al Rayan Bank

Own Licence

Al Rayan Bank is not part of a shared licence.

But if you hold more than £85,000 not all of your money will be protected by the FSCS.

 
 
Arbutnot Latham

Arbuthnot Latham

Own Licence

Arbuthnot Latham is not part of a shared licence.

But if you hold more than £85,000 not all of your money will be protected by the FSCS.

 
 
Atom Bank

Atom Bank

Own Licence

Atom Bank is not part of a shared licence.

But if you hold more than £85,000 not all of your money will be protected by the FSCS.

 
 
Aviva

Aviva

Shared Licence

The following providers are all covered by their parent Company; The Bank of Scotland Plc: AA (accounts opened until 1 st September 2015), Aviva, Bank of Scotland, BM Savings (Birmingham Midshires), Halifax, Intelligent Finance, SAGA, and St James's Place

As a result, if you hold more than £85,000 in total with these providers, not all of your money will be protected by the FSCS.

 
 
Axis Bank

Axis Bank

Own Licence

Axis Bank Limited is not part of a shared licence.

But if you hold more than £85,000 not all of your money will be protected by the FSCS.