- 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.
Support when you need it most
Handling financial abuse
What is financial abuse?
Financial abuse occurs when one person controls another person's ability to manage or access their own money. In some cases this can take the form of someone coercing an individual to make financial decisions that are not in their best interests. Although financial abuse is most commonly found in personal relationships, businesses can also be affected.
Examples of financial abuse include:
- Preventing someone from accessing their own account or a jointly controlled account.
- Stealing money from a partner or family member or business associate.
- Putting debts in someone else’s name.
- Taking advantage of someone with a mental or physical impairment to take money from them.
Get in touch
If you have any concerns relating to these issues please contact us or speak to your dedicated Relationship Director in confidence.