UK Referendum on EU Membership
What it means for you
What does it mean?
What is the immediate impact of the referendum?
It is important to note that nothing is expected to change immediately.
The outcome of this referendum should have no immediate impact on everyday banking services.
What happens next?
There will now be a period of negotiation where the UK Government will negotiate its exit relationship with the European Union.
We will monitor the situation and keep customers updated on any notable changes that may affect them.
Is my money safe?
Yes. Your money is safe and will continue to be protected by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme. More information is available at https://protected.fscs.org.uk/money-protection-checker/
Will I still be able to use ATMs in EU countries?
Yes. Your bank cards should work as usual and you should still be able to use ATMs across Europe.
Can I still make and receive payments from EU countries?
Yes. There should be no immediate changes to how you make and receive payments. You can continue to access and use your account as usual.
Your usual direct debits and other payments should continue as normal.
I have a mortgage - will this change?
There should not be any immediate change to your mortgage or monthly outgoings. It is too early to tell what will happen to interest rates and mortgage rates going forward. If you have specific concerns about your mortgage, you should make an appointment to discuss with your mortgage advisor.