This is an overview of our savings account range. Each account has its own conditions. You should get a copy of them during your application. If you apply over the phone, they will be sent to you before the application is complete. You can also ask for a copy at any time. They explain how we can change the conditions, interest rates and charges.
If you have any queries about Bank of Scotland savings accounts, please contact your local branch - our staff will be happy to help.
These pages are for people who are resident and ordinarily resident in the UK and should not be regarded as an offer or invitation to sell savings and investment products outside the UK. If you are a British expatriate living or working abroad, a non-British national living abroad or a foreign national living, working or studying temporarily in the UK you can save with the Bank of Scotland, provided you live in the UK or any jurisdiction that allows you to save with a UK financial company. You should take your own professional advice before opening an account.
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Bank of Scotland is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority. Financial Services Register number 169628. You can check the Financial Services Register or by contacting 0800 111 6768. All the information provided here and in our leaflets, and the Deposit Account conditions, are in English which is the language in which we will communicate with you. English law applies to our relationship with you. Details can be viewed on http://www.fca.org.uk.
We believe this site tells you what you need to know to make an informed decision about taking out one of our products.
If you'd like more general information, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), the financial services regulator, provides a range of free consumer booklets and factsheets and a Consumer Helpline.
Visit the FCA website or call 0800 111 6768.
View the latest FCA information on financial services products.
The FCA have a wealth of helpful information on a wide range of financial areas. However, they can only provide general information and cannot give specific advice or recommend any company's products, investigate individual complaints or contact firms on behalf of individuals.
This website contains links to sites operated by persons outside our group of companies. We are not responsible for the privacy principles, content or the products and services provided through these sites.
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