FSCS - S

Hover over your provider below for FSCS licence info:

Saffron Building Society

Saffron Building Society

Own Licence

Saffron 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.

SAGA

SAGA

Shared Licence

Accounts opened before 28th September 2019. The following providers are all covered by their parent Company; The Bank of Scotland Plc: AA, Aviva, Bank of Scotland, BM Savings (Birmingham Midshires), Halifax, Intelligent Finance, SAGA, and St James's Place.

Accounts opened since 30th September 2019. The following providers are covered by their parent Company Goldman Sachs International Bank; Marcus and Saga Savings. If you hold more than £85,000 in total with these providers, not all of your money will protected by the FSCS.

Sainsbury's Bank

Sainsbury's Bank

Own Licence

Sainsbury's 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.

Santander UK Plc

Santander UK Plc

Shared Licence

The following providers are all covered by their parent Company; Santander UK Plc: Cahoot and Santander UK Plc.

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.

Scottish Building Society

Scottish Building Society

Own Licence

Scottish 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.

Scottish Widows Bank

Scottish Widows Bank

Own Licence

Scottish Widows 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.

Secure Trust Bank

Secure Trust Bank

Own Licence

Secure 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.

Shawbrook Bank

Shawbrook Bank

Own Licence

Shawbrook 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.

Skipton Building Society

Skipton Building Society

Own Licence

Skipton Building Society is not part of a shared licence.

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

Smile

Smile

Shared Licence

The following providers are all covered by their parent Company; The Co-operative Bank Plc: Britannia, Smile, and The Co-operative Bank.

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.

Stafford Railway Building Society

Stafford Railway Building Society

Own Licence

Stafford Railway 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.

Starling Bank Limited

Starling Bank Limited

Own Licence

Starling Bank Limited is not part of a shared licence.

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

State Bank of India UK

State Bank of India UK

Own Licence

State Bank of India 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.

St James's Place

St James's Place

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.

St James's Place Wealth Mangement Ltd

St James's Place Wealth Mangement Ltd

Shared Licence

The following providers are all covered by their parent Company; The Metro Bank: Metro Bank and St. James's Place Wealth Management.

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.

Swansea Building Society

Swansea Building Society

Own Licence

Swansea 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.