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Charities, Club & Society Current Accounts

For charities with an annual turnover of less than £500,000, we offer you FREE banking if the account is operated in credit, with an average balance of £5,000  and there are no more than 25 entries on average per month, and cash handled does not exceed £1000 per week. 

For charities with an annual turnover of more than £500,000 we will review usage and likely transaction costs with you to agree an appropriate tariff. 

For organisations such as Clubs, Trusts or Societies we will look to review the charges based on the turnover, transactions and credit, offering the inital first 6 months with FREE banking.

Those customers that maintain a credit balance averaging £5,000 or more during the charging period may qualify for a discount against the overall charges. The amount of discount will depend on the size of the credit balances held and the period for which these balances are maintained, plus the volume of transactions passing through the account.

As an account holder of Reliance Bank Limited we offer the following services:

  • 6 months FREE banking (if in credit)

  • Current accounts with a cheque book, paying in book, electronic payments facilities

  • Paying in facilities through a choice of High Street banks, such as Lloyds, Barclays, HSBC or Bank of Scotland

  • Corporate VISA Debit card (subject to application)

  • Overdrafts (subject to status and application)

  • Business Lending

  • Instant Access or Fixed Term savings accounts

  • Customer Service team based in the UK

  • Choice of paper or paperless quarterly statements

  • Relationship Managers to assist with your banking enquiries

  • Simple transaction charges – allowing you to operate your account efficiently

  • Internet banking (i-bank) which gives you access you to your account 24/7 with the ability to transfer money, make payments and view your accounts at the touch of a button

  • Dual internet banking payment authorisations 


These charges are debited from your account on a quarterly basis in January, April, July and October, (refer to fees & charges list).


Next step....

If you would like to open an account, please contact us at our office on 0207 398 5429, or alternatively you can print off the Business Enquiry Form from the bottom of this page, complete it and email it to us at interested@reliancebankltd.com


We participate in the industry Current Account Switching Service.

The Current Account Switching Service makes switching current accounts from one UK bank or building society to another simple and hassle-free. If you wish to switch your account to us, please tick the relevant section within the account application form, and we will forward the agreement documentation. 


There are times when an overdraft facility may be required and we are happy to discuss your needs whether it is for a short term or longer (subject to application). If you do go overdrawn without an agreed overdraft you could incur charges.

For any other type of lending for your business, call us and speak to one of our Relationship Managers who will be happy to discuss your requirements further on 020 7398 5429 or email info@reliancebankltd.com.

Lending fees and rates of interest will be discussed based on the type of lending, term and your business status.

For information on how to start a Charity refer to www.smallcharities.org.uk

Setting up and running a charity is a significant responsibility and does involve a lot of work.  For this reason, it is important to consider whether there may be other ways how you could achieve your charitable aims aside from setting up a new organisation.    There is guidance from the Charity Commission whom can explain the alternatives and give you guidance on the documentation required before you apply for a bank account, and look to register as a charity.


Be wary of advertising your bank details on your website for collection of donations.  If you need an account to collect funds for your club , society or charity ask your bank to open a separate account to your main banking.  Remember fraudsters are always looking for bank account details to use. 


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Account Switch Pack

359 KB

Business Enquiry Form

51 KB

Business Terms and Conditions

728 KB

Business Transaction Charges

247 KB

Charities Brochure

330 KB

Corporate Visa Debit Card Application

269 KB

Corporate Visa Debit Card Terms & Conditions

445 KB


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