FSCS - H

Hover over your provider below for FSCS licence info:

 
Habib Bank AG Zurich

Habib Bank AG Zurich

Own Licence

Habib Bank AG Zurich 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.

 
 
Halifax

Halifax

Shared Licence

The following providers are all covered by their parent Company; The Bank of Scotland Plc: AA (accounts opened until 1st 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.

 
 
Hampden & Co

Hampden & Co

Own Licence

Hampden & Co 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.

 
 
Hampshire Trust Bank

Hampshire Trust Bank

Own Licence

Hampshire Trust 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.

 
 
 
Hanley Economic Building Society

Hanley Economic Building Society

Own Licence

Hanley Economic Building Society 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.

 
 
Harpenden Building Society

Harpenden Building Society

Own Licence

Harpenden Building Society 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.

 
 
Hinckley & Rugby Building Society

Hinckley & Rugby Building Society

Own Licence

Hinckley & Rugby Building Society 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.

 
 
Hodge Bank

Hodge Bank

Own Licence

Hodge 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.

 
 
HSBC Bank Plc

HSBC Bank Plc

Shared Licence

The following providers are all covered by their parent Company; HSBC Bank Plc: HSBC Bank and First Direct.

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.