- Day-to-day banking
Our day-to-day banking services cover everything you need to run your company finances, from accepting credit card payments to paying your bills.
At Santander, we understand that to expand your operation you need access to finance. Here you’ll find a range of options suited to short and long-term needs.
- International trade
We’re focused on bringing a fresh perspective to businesses with ambitions to grow beyond traditional markets.
Our extensive local networks and knowledge around the world means we’re ideally placed to support your international trade plans. Let us help you uncover the path to international success.
- Sectors expertise
Our sector specialists are here to help you prosper.
We understand the complexity and evolving needs of businesses in a wide range of industries. Our experts will work with you to help turn your aspirations into reality.
Santander Connect Help Centre
Our online help centre is always here when you need it.
You can choose from a range of payment preferences and limits to tailor your Online Banking to your company’s needs. These also protect you against fraudulent online transactions. Your administrator can set up and alter these preferences from the ‘Administration’ menu.
You can adjust the overall maximum value payment limit, which applies to all users irrespective of their own authorisation limit. For your security, this is defaulted to £10,000 within Santander Connect.
You can also place a limit on each user to control the maximum value of a payment they can authorise. This offers another barrier to a fraudster if they manage to get hold of any of your security details. We suggest every user has an authorisation limit to protect your money.
With dual authorisation, two separate people are needed to authorise payments online. Typically, the first person creates and authorises the payment request, and a second user checks and authorises it before we send the payment.
An IAT payment is when you transfer funds internally between your own accounts. These types of payments are treated differently as they carry less of a security risk. By default, authorisation and signature authentication is only needed for an IAT payment if the value is over the IAT authorisation trigger value.
This is how far in advance users can schedule payments from the effective date of the payment.