- 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.
Corporate Banking Welcome Guide
The convenience of the Post Office® – current accounts only1
If you hold a current account you can make transactions using any Post Office®* branch1 in the UK.
Paying in cash
If requested, you will shortly receive your Cash Deposit Card which you will be able to use to pay in cash at the Post Office®1 without the need for paperwork.
Take your card to the counter at any Post Office® branch and hand it to a member of staff. Your card will be swiped and the amount that you deposit will be recorded on our system the same day. Your card will be handed back to you along with a receipt for the value of cash you have deposited.
Paying in cheques
Cheques paid in at a Post Office® branch1 need to be accompanied by a ‘Cheque-only’ deposit slip and a cheque deposit envelope. You can deposit a maximum of ten cheques per slip and a receipt will be provided by the Post Office® branch1 as proof of deposit. The receipt will not detail the value or amount of cheques deposited. The cheque deposit envelope remains sealed until it reaches Santander to ensure the contents remain secure. The ‘cheque only’ deposit slip inside the cheque deposit envelope will tell us how many cheques you have deposited and their value.
You may wish to keep a record of all cheques deposited into your account using cheque summary sheets, which are available to download from our website. These will help you record information such as the name of the payer, the cheque number, the account number and sort code and the value of the cheque(s) you have deposited. We also advise you to write your account number on the back of each cheque.
We also have a range of other services to meet more complex needs. For further information on these please speak with your Relationship Director.
Please note that all your transactions are viewable via Santander Connect, Santander’s Online Corporate Banking service.
Information on cheque clearance timescales can be found on our cheque processing page.
1 Except for Post Offices® on the Isle of Man and British Forces Post Offices®.
*Services and opening hours for individual Post Office® branches within the Post Office network may vary.