Savings

These days everyone’s looking for a safer place to save. We’ve got a range of accounts from instant access to children’s accounts specifically designed for customers who are looking for long term competitive savings backed by excellent customer service

Below you will find our current list of accounts which you can apply for today by downloading and completing an account application

Before opening an account with The Hanley please take a look at the financial services compensation scheme site for information about protection for savers

We’ve been keeping our customers’ money safe since 1854, so we really are a building society you can trust

 

Fixed Term Savings

Product Name Interest Type Opening Balance Maximum Balance Withdrawal Notice Withdrawal Restictions Account Operation Interest Rates & More Info
Fixed Rate Bond - Issue 127 0.65% £1000.00 £75,000 in a single name or £150,000 in joint names. Not applicable Branch & Post

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Key Information for our Savings Accounts

Account Name
Fixed Rate Bond – FR127

Can The Hanley Building Society change the interest rate?
Interest is fixed until 13 February 2018, calculated on a daily basis and is paid on maturity

What would be the estimated balance be after 12 months on a £1,000 deposit?
Based on the interest rate, if you deposited £1,000 in this account, after 12 months you would have £1,006.50. This figure is for illustration purposes and is based on no additional deposits within the 12 month period

How do I open and manage my account?
To open an account you must be permanently resident in the UK. Simply call into your local branch, download and complete an application form or contact us on 01782 255000 to request a savings pack. You will need to provide some identification when you open your account, details of our requirements can be obtained here, or from your local branch or by calling 01782 255000. If you are already a Hanley customer, in most cases, this will not be necessary

When you open your account you will receive a passbook

Minimum investment is £1,000 – maximum investment £75,000 or £150,000 if held jointly. You can add to your account whilst it remains an open issue subject to the maximum investment limit.

Once the account has been opened it can be managed either in branch and/or via the post

Can I withdraw money?
Not until 14 February 2018

Additional Information
New bond customers will need to open the account with new funds, or by transfer from an existing Hanley account providing the transferred amount is matched with at least the equivalent of new funds; e.g. the minimum transfer of £500 must be matched by £500 of new money introduced to The Hanley

 

What is the Interest Rate?

Savings Application Form

Variable Rate Savings

Product Name Interest Type Opening Balance Maximum Balance Withdrawal Notice Withdrawal Restictions Account Operation Interest Rates & More Info
Instant Access Variable £100 £50,000 No No Branch & Post

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Key Information for our Savings Accounts

Account Name
Instant Access

Can The Hanley Building Society change the interest rate?
As the interest rate is variable, we may change the rate if we reasonably believe that the change is needed. If we reduce the interest on your account, we will write to you 14 days before we make the change. For full details on how and why we will change the interest rate on your account, please refer to Section 7 of the Small Print Made Big – Saving with The Hanley Account Terms and Conditions

What would be the estimated balance be after 12 months on a £1,000 deposit?
Based on the current interest rate, if you deposited £1,000 in this account, after 12 months you would have £1,000.50. This figure is for illustration purposes and is based on no additional deposits, withdrawals or changes in interest rates within the 12 month period

How do I open and manage my account?
To open an account you must be permanently resident in the UK. Simply call into your local branch, download and complete an application form or contact us on 01782 255000 to request a savings pack. You will need to provide some identification when you open your account, details of our requirements can be obtained here, or from your local branch or by calling 01782 255000. If you are already a Hanley customer, in most cases, this will not be necessary

When you open your account you will receive a passbook

Minimum investment is £100 – maximum investment £50,000 or £100,000 if held jointly. You can add to your account at any time subject to the maximum investment limit

Once the account has been opened it can be managed either in branch and/or via the post

Can I withdraw money?
You can withdraw without notice or penalty up to £500 in cash and £70,000 by cheque on demand from our branches or by sending us your written instructions. Larger cash sums up to £5,000 are available by giving at least 24 hours notice. Cheque withdrawals over £70,000 can be obtained from our Registered Office. Following any withdrawals £1 should remain in the account

What is the Interest Rate?

Savings Application Form

Branch Regular Saver Variable £20 £50,000 No Yes Branch & Post

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Key Information for our Savings Accounts

Account Name
Branch Regular Saver

Can The Hanley Building Society change the interest rate?
As the interest rate is variable, we may change the rate if we reasonably believe that the change is needed. If we reduce the interest on your account, we will write to you 14 days before we make the change. For full details on how and why we will change the interest rate on your account, please refer to Section 7 of the Small Print Made Big – Saving with The Hanley Account Terms and Conditions

What would be the estimated balance be after 12 months on a £1,000 deposit?
Based on the current interest rate, if you deposited £1,000 in this account, after 12 months you would have £1,012.00. This figure is for illustration purposes and is based on no additional deposits, withdrawals or changes in interest rates within the 12 month period

How do I open and manage my account?
To open an account you must be permanently resident in the UK. Simply call into your local branch, download and complete an application form or contact us on 01782 255000 to request a savings pack. You will need to provide some identification when you open your account, details of our requirements can be obtained here, or from your local branch or by calling 01782 255000. If you are already a Hanley customer, in most cases, this will not be necessary

When you open your account you will receive a passbook

You can open the account with a minimum investment is £20 – maximum investment £500 or £1,000 if held jointly. A subscription of between £20 and £500 (£1,000 if held jointly) should be received each calendar month and you can vary the amount you wish to save.

You can make more than one subscription per month providing the maximum subscription is not exceeded.You can make subscriptions by one, or a combination
of, the following ways:
• Branch visit
• Direct Debit
• Post
• Internal transfer from an existing Hanley account
If no subscriptions are made for 3 consecutive months or if 3 or more monthly subscriptions are missed throughout the Society year (1 September – 31 August) the Society, after giving you 30 days notice of our intention to do so, reserves the right to close the account and either return the balance or transfer it to an Instant Access Account

Once the account has been opened it can be managed either in branch and/or via the post

Can I withdraw money?
You can withdraw 5 times without penalty per Society year (1 September – 31 August). All other withdrawals are subject to 30 days loss of interest on the amount withdrawn. You can withdraw up to £500 in cash and £70,000 by cheque on demand from our branches or by sending us your written instructions. Larger cash sums up to £5,000 are available by giving at least 24 hours notice. Cheque withdrawals over £70,000 can be obtained
from our Registered Office. Following any withdrawals £20 should remain in the account

 

 

What is the Interest Rate?

Savings Application Form

Branch Saver Tracker £1,000 £50,000 No Yes Branch & Post

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Key Information for our Savings Accounts

Account Name
Branch Saver

Can The Hanley Building Society change the interest rate?
As the interest rate tracks the Bank of England base rate we will change the interest rate in accordance with any change in the Bank of England base rate with effect from the 1st of the following month. If the interest rate reduces on your account, we will write to you 14 days before we make the change. For full details on how and why we will change the interest rate on your account, please refer to Section 7 of the Small Print Made Big – Saving with The Hanley Account Terms and Conditions

What would be the estimated balance be after 12 months on a £1,000 deposit?
Based on the current interest rate, if you deposited £1,000 in this account, after 12 months you would have £1,002.50. This figure is for illustration purposes and is based on no additional deposits, withdrawals or changes in interest rates within the 12 month period.

How do I open and manage my account?
To open an account you must be permanently resident in the UK. Simply call into your local branch, download and complete an application form or contact us on 01782 255000 to request a savings pack. You will need to provide some identification when you open your account, details of our requirements can be obtained here, or from your local branch or by calling 01782 255000. If you are already a Hanley customer, in most cases, this will not be necessary

When you open your account you will receive a passbook

Minimum investment is £1,000 – maximum investment £50,000 or £100,000 if held jointly. You can add to your account at any time subject to the maximum investment limit

Once the account has been opened it can be managed either in branch and/or via the post

Can I withdraw money?
You can withdraw without notice or penalty up to £500 in cash and £70,000 by cheque on demand from our branches or by sending us your written instructions. Larger cash sums up to £5,000 are available by giving at least 24 hours notice. Cheque withdrawals over £70,000 can be obtained from our Registered Office. Following any withdrawals £1,000 should remain in the account

 

What is the Interest Rate?

Savings Application Form

Douglas Macmillan Hospice Saver Variable £100 £50,000 No No Branch & Post

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Key Information for our Savings Accounts

Account Name
Douglas Macmillan Hospice Saver (DMH Saver)

Donation
The Society will make a donation to the Douglas Macmillan Hospice equivalent to 0.5% of your average yearly balance

Can The Hanley Building Society change the interest rate?
As the interest rate is variable, we may change the rate if we reasonably believe that the change is needed. If we reduce the interest on your account, we will write to you 14 days before we make the change. For full details on how and why we will change the interest rate on your account, please refer to Section 7 of the Small Print Made Big – Saving with The Hanley Account Terms and Conditions

What would be the estimated balance be after 12 months on a £1,000 deposit?
Based on the current interest rate, if you deposited £1,000 in this account, after 12 months you would have £1,000.50. This figure is for illustration purposes and is based on no additional deposits, withdrawals or changes in interest rates within the 12 month period

How do I open and manage my account?
To open an account you must be permanently resident in the UK. Simply call into your local branch, download and complete an application form or contact us on 01782 255000 to request a savings pack. You will need to provide some identification when you open your account, details of our requirements can be obtained here, or from your local branch or by calling 01782 255000. If you are already a Hanley customer, in most cases, this will not be necessary

When you open your account you will receive a passbook

Minimum investment is £100 – maximum investment £50,000 or £100,000 if held jointly. You can add to your account at any time subject to the maximum investment limit

Once the account has been opened it can be managed either in branch and/or via the post

Can I withdraw money?
You can withdraw without notice or penalty up to £500 in cash and £70,000 by cheque on demand from our branches or by sending us your written instructions. Larger cash sums up to £5,000 are available by giving at least 24 hours notice. Cheque withdrawals over £70,000 can be obtained from our Registered Office. Following any withdrawals £1 should remain in the account

What is the Interest Rate?

Savings Application Form

Home Deposit Saver Variable £100 £50,000 No Yes Branch

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Key Information for our Savings Accounts

Account Name
Home Deposit Saver

Can The Hanley Building Society change the interest rate?
As the interest rate is variable, we may change the rate if we reasonably believe that the change is needed. If we reduce the interest on your account, we will write to you 14 days before we make the change. For full details on how and why we will change the interest rate on your account, please refer to Section 7 of the Small Print Made Big – Saving with The Hanley Account Terms and Conditions

What would be the estimated balance be after 12 months on a £1,000 deposit?
Based on the current interest rate, if you deposited £1,000 in this account, after 12 months you would have £1,028.50. This figure is for illustration purposes and is based on no additional deposits, withdrawals or changes in interest rates within the 12 month period

How do I open and manage my account?
To open an account you must be permanently resident in the UK. The account can only be opened in person by visiting one of our branches and is only available to customers who are saving for a deposit on a home. You will need to provide some identification when you open your account, details of our requirements can be obtained here, or from your local branch or by calling 01782 255000. If you are already a Hanley customer, in most cases, this will not be necessary

When you open your account you will receive a passbook

Minimum investment is £100 – maximum investment £33,000 or £51,000 if held jointly. Further subscriptions of between £100 and £500 per month (up to £1,000 if held in joint names) must be received each month. However, additional subscriptions or a one-off subscription of up to £5,000 can be made each Society year (1 September – 31 August)

Once the account has been opened it can be managed either in branch, direct debit or via the post

You will only be able to save into your Home Deposit Saver account for a maximum term of 3 years (36 months)

Can I withdraw money?
Instant access is permitted penalty free providing the funds are withdrawn for a house deposit linked to a mortgage with The Hanley. No partial withdrawals are permitted for any other reason. A penalty equivalent to 180 days loss of interest will be applied if the funds be withdrawn for any other reason than for a house deposit .If no subscriptions are received for 3 consecutive months or if 3 or more subscriptions are missed throughout the Society year (1 September – 31 August) then the Society after giving you 30 days notice of our intention to do so, reserves the right to close the account or to transfer the account balance to an Instant Access Savings Account

Additional Information
Once you have saved your deposit you will have access to any of our mortgage range free of fees. Free of fees means you will not be liable for a Valuation fee up to a property value of £250000, an arrangement fee or a booking fee. You will still be required to pay any Legal and Chaps fees

What is the Interest Rate?

Savings Application Form

Notice 30 Variable £100 £50,000 Yes Yes Branch & Post

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Key Information for our Savings Accounts

Account Name
Notice 30

Can The Hanley Building Society change the interest rate?
As the interest rate is variable, we may change the rate if we reasonably believe that the change is needed. If we reduce the interest on your account, we will write to you 14 days before we make the change. For full details on how and why we will change the interest rate on your account, please refer to Section 7 of the Small Print Made Big – Saving with The Hanley Account Terms and Conditions

What would be the estimated balance be after 12 months on a £1,000 deposit?
Based on the current interest rate, if you deposited £1,000 in this account, after 12 months you would have £1,001.00. This figure is for illustration purposes and is based on no additional deposits, withdrawals or changes in interest rates within the 12 month period

How do I open and manage my account?
To open an account you must be permanently resident in the UK. Simply call into your local branch, download and complete an application form or contact us on 01782 255000 to request a savings pack. You will need to provide some identification when you open your account, details of our requirements can be obtained here, or from your local branch or by calling 01782 255000. If you are already a Hanley customer, in most cases, this will not be necessary

When you open your account you will receive a passbook

Minimum investment is £100 – maximum investment £50,000 or £100,000 if held jointly. You can add to your account at any time subject to the maximum investment limit

Once the account has been opened it can be managed either in branch and/or via the post

Can I withdraw money?
This account offers instant access providing the balance remains at £25,000 or above. 30 days loss of interest on the amount withdrawn or 30 days notice will be required if the account balance falls below £25,000. You can withdraw up to £500 in cash and £70,000 by cheque on demand from our branches or by sending us your written instructions. Larger cash sums up to £5,000 are available by giving at least 24 hours notice. Cheque withdrawals over £70,000 can be obtained from our Registered Office. Following any withdrawals £100 should remain in the account.

 

What is the Interest Rate?

Savings Application Form

Notice 90 Variable £1,000 £50,000 Yes Yes Branch & Post

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Key Information for our Savings Accounts

Account Name
Notice 90

Can The Hanley Building Society change the interest rate?
As the interest rate is variable, we may change the rate if we reasonably believe that the change is needed. If we reduce the interest on your account, we will write to you 14 days before we make the change. For full details on how and why we will change the interest rate on your account, please refer to Section 7 of the Small Print Made Big – Saving with The Hanley Account Terms and Conditions

What would be the estimated balance be after 12 months on a £1,000 deposit?
Based on the current interest rate, if you deposited £1,000 in this account, after 12 months you would have £1,003.50. This figure is for illustration purposes and is based on no additional deposits, withdrawals or changes in interest rates within the 12 month period

How do I open and manage my account?
To open an account you must be permanently resident in the UK. Simply call into your local branch, download and complete an application form or contact us on 01782 255000 to request a savings pack. You will need to provide some identification when you open your account, details of our requirements can be obtained here, or from your local branch or by calling 01782 255000. If you are already a Hanley customer, in most cases, this will not be necessary

When you open your account you will receive a passbook

Minimum investment is £1,000 – maximum investment £50,000 or £100,000 if held jointly. You can add to your account at any time subject to the maximum investment limit

Once the account has been opened it can be managed either in branch and/or via the post

You will only be able to save into your Home Deposit Saver account for a maximum term of 3 years (36 months)

Can I withdraw money?
Make a withdrawal on demand and lose 90 days interest on the amount withdrawn or provide us with 90 days notice (written or verbal) and make your withdrawal without losing any interest. You can withdraw up to £500 in cash and £70,000 by cheque on demand from our branches or by ending us your written instructions. Larger cash sums up to £5,000 are available by giving at least 24 hours notice. Cheque withdrawals over £70,000 can be obtained from our Registered Office. Following any withdrawals £100 should remain in the account.

 

What is the Interest Rate?

Savings Application Form

Young Savers Variable £10 £50,000 No No Branch & Post

Summary Box
Key Information for our Savings Accounts

Account Name
Young Savers

Can The Hanley Building Society change the interest rate?
As the interest rate is variable, we may change the rate if we reasonably believe that the change is needed. If we reduce the interest on your account, we will write to you 14 days before we make the change. For full details on how and why we will change the interest rate on your account, please refer to Section 7 of the Small Print Made Big – Saving with The Hanley Account Terms and Conditions

What would be the estimated balance be after 12 months on a £1,000 deposit?
Based on the current interest rate, if you deposited £1,000 in this account, after 12 months you would have £1,009.50. This figure is for illustration purposes and is based on no additional deposits, withdrawals or changes in interest rates within the 12 month period

How do I open and manage my account?
To open an account you must be permanently resident in the UK. If you are aged 7 years or above you can open and operate the account in your sole name. Alternatively, a parent, guardian or relative who,as trustee, will operate the account on your behalf. 17 is the maximum age you can be to open an account. To open an account simply call into your local branch, download and complete an application form or contact us on 01782 255000 to request a savings pack. You will need to provide some identification when you open your account, details of our requirements can be obtained here, or from your local branch or by calling 01782 255000. If you are already a Hanley customer, in most cases, this will not be necessary

When you open your account you will receive a passbook

Minimum investment is £10 – maximum investment £50,000. You can add to your account at any time subject to the maximum investment limit

Once the account has been opened it can be managed either in branch and/or via the post

Can I withdraw money?
You can withdraw without notice or penalty up to £500 in cash and £70,000 by cheque on demand from our branches or by sending us your written instructions. Larger cash sums up to £5,000 are available by giving at least 24 hours notice. Cheque withdrawals over £70,000 can be obtained from our Registered Office. Following any withdrawals £10 should remain in the account

 

What is the Interest Rate?

Savings Application Form

Tax Free Savings

Product Name Interest Type Opening Balance Maximum Balance Withdrawal Notice Withdrawal Restictions Account Operation Interest Rates & More Info
Cash ISA Instant Access Variable £100 £100,000 No No Branch & Post

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Key Information for our Savings Accounts

Account Name
Cash ISA Instant Access

Can The Hanley Building Society change the interest rate?
As the interest rate is variable, we may change the rate if we reasonably believe that the change is needed. If we reduce the interest on your account, we will write to you 14 days before we make the change. For full details on how and why we will change the interest rate on your account, please refer to Section 7 of the Small Print Made Big – Saving with The Hanley Account Terms and Conditions

What would be the estimated balance be after 12 months on a £1,000 deposit?
Based on the current interest rate, if you deposited £1,000 in this account, after 12 months you would have £1,000.50. This figure is for illustration purposes and is based on no additional deposits, withdrawals or changes in interest rates within the 12 month period

How do I open and manage my account?
To open an account you must be permanently resident in the UK. Simply call into your local branch, download and complete an application form or contact us on 01782 255000 to request a savings pack. You will need to provide some identification when you open your account, details of our requirements can be obtained here, or from your local branch or by calling 01782 255000. If you are already a Hanley customer, in most cases, this will not be necessary

When you open your account you will receive a passbook

You can open the account with a minimum investment of £20 to the maximum current ISA allowance. For the current ISA allowance please contact us on 01782 255000 or visit HMRC

You can add to your account at any time subject to the maximum investment limit

Once the account has been opened it can be managed either in branch and/or via the post

Can I withdraw money?
You can withdraw without notice or penalty up to £500 in cash and £70,000 by cheque on demand from our branches or by sending us your written instructions. Larger cash sums up to £5,000 are available by giving at least 24 hours notice. Cheque withdrawals over £70,000 can be obtained from our Registered Office. Following any withdrawals £100 should remain in the account

 

What is the Interest Rate?

Savings Application Form

Cash ISA Regular Saver Variable £20 £100,000 No Yes Branch & Post

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Key Information for our Savings Accounts

Account Name
Cash ISA Regular Saver

Can The Hanley Building Society change the interest rate?
As the interest rate is variable, we may change the rate if we reasonably believe that the change is needed. If we reduce the interest on your account, we will write to you 14 days before we make the change. For full details on how and why we will change the interest rate on your account, please refer to Section 7 of the Small Print Made Big – Saving with The Hanley Account Terms and Conditions

What would be the estimated balance be after 12 months on a £1,000 deposit?
Based on the current interest rate, if you deposited £1,000 in this account, after 12 months you would have £1,011.50. This figure is for illustration purposes and is based on no additional deposits, withdrawals or changes in interest rates within the 12 month period

How do I open and manage my account?
To open an account you must be permanently resident in the UK. Simply call into your local branch, download and complete an application form or contact us on 01782 255000 to request a savings pack. You will need to provide some identification when you open your account, details of our requirements can be obtained here, or from your local branch or by calling 01782 255000. If you are already a Hanley customer, in most cases, this will not be necessary

When you open your account you will receive a passbook

You can open the account with a minimum investment of £20 – maximum investment 1/12 of the annual current ISA allowance. For the current ISA allowance please contact us on 01782 255000 or visit HMRC

A subscription of between £20 and 1/12 of the current annual ISA allowance should be received each calendar month and you can vary the amount you wish to save. You can make more than one subscription per month providing the maximum subscription is not exceeded. You can make subscriptions by one, or a combination of, the following ways:
• Branch visit
• Direct Debit
• Post
• Internal transfer from an existing Hanley account

If no subscriptions are made for 3 consecutive months or if 3 or more monthly subscriptions are missed throughout the tax year (6 April – 5 April) the Society, after giving you 30 days notice of our intention to do so, reserves the right to close the account and transfer it to an Instant Access Cash ISA Account. By 15 March, if you have not fully subscribed to your Regular Saver Cash ISA, an additional subscription may be made up to the current ISA limit. We do not accept transfers into the Regular Saver Cash ISA from a Cash ISA operated by another ISA Manager.

Once the account has been opened it can be managed either in branch and/or via the post.

Can I withdraw money?
You can withdraw once tax year (6 April – 5 April) without penalty. All other withdrawals are subject to 30 days loss of interest on the amount withdrawn. You can withdraw up to £500 in cash and £70,000 by cheque on demand from our branches or by sending us your written instructions. Larger cash sums up to £5,000 are available by giving at least 24 hours notice. Cheque withdrawals over £70,000 can be obtained from our registered Office. Following any withdrawals £20 should remain in the account.

 

What is the Interest Rate?

Savings Application Form

Junior ISA Variable £10 £100,000 No Yes Branch & Post

Summary Box
Key Information for our Savings Accounts

Account Name
Junior ISA

Can The Hanley Building Society change the interest rate?
As the interest rate is variable, we may change the rate if we reasonably believe that the change is needed. If we reduce the interest on your account, we will write to you 14 days before we make the change. For full details on how and why we will change the interest rate on your account, please refer to Section 7 of the Small Print Made Big – Saving with The Hanley Account Terms and Conditions

What would be the estimated balance be after 12 months on a £1,000 deposit?
Based on the current interest rate, if you deposited £1,000 in this account, after 12 months you would have £1,019.50. This figure is for illustration purposes and is based on no additional deposits, withdrawals or changes in interest rates within the 12 month period

How do I open and manage my account?
To open an account you must be permanently resident in the UK. The account can only be opened by a parent or guardian of a child who is eligible for a JISA. Simply call into your local branch, download and complete an application form or contact us on 01782 255000 to request a savings pack. You will need to provide some identification when you open your account, details of our requirements can be obtained here, or from your local branch or by calling 01782 255000. If you are already a Hanley customer, in most cases, this will not be necessary

When you open your account you will receive a passbook

Minimum investment is £10 – maximum current JISA allowance which is accessible via the HMRC website. You can add to your account at any time subject to the maximum current JISA limit. Once the account has been opened it can be managed either in branch and/or via the post

Can I withdraw money?
Money paid into the JISA is an irrevocable gift to the child. The child can only withdraw money on or after their 18th birthday

 

What is the Interest Rate?

Savings Application Form

Corporate Savings

Product Name Interest Type Opening Balance Maximum Balance Withdrawal Notice Withdrawal Restictions Account Operation Interest Rates & More Info
Corporate Saver Variable £1,000 £250,000 No No Branch & Post

Summary Box
Key Information for our Savings Accounts

Account Name
Corporate Saver

Can The Hanley Building Society change the interest rate?
As the interest rate is variable, we may change the rate if we reasonably believe that the change is needed. If we reduce the interest on your account, we will write to you 14 days before we make the change. For full details on how and why we will change the interest rate on your account, please refer to Section 7 of the Small Print Made Big – Saving with The Hanley Account Terms and Conditions

What would be the estimated balance be after 12 months on a £1,000 deposit?
Based on the current interest rate, if you deposited £1,000 in this account, after 12 months you would have £1,001.00. This figure is for illustration purposes and is based on no additional deposits, withdrawals or changes in interest rates within the 12 month period

How do I open and manage my account?

You must be a Limited Company, Professional Partnership, Registered Charity or Pension Fund

We require a copy of your Minutes of the Meeting where it was decided to invest funds in the Corporate Savings Account, the names of those appointed to operate the account and their positions

To comply with Money Laundering Regulations we will require verification of your organisation. We are also required to verify the identity of each individual appointed to operate the account. In many cases this can be carried out electronically, but in certain circumstances this may not be possible and we may contact you to request documents to verify their name and residential address

Simply call into your local branch, download and complete an application form or contact us on 01782 255000 to request a savings pack. You will need to provide some identification when you open your account, details of our requirements can be obtained here, or from your local branch or by calling 01782 255000. If you are already a Hanley customer, in most cases, this will not be necessary

When you open your account you will receive a passbook

Minimum investment is £1,000 – maximum investment £250,000. You can add to your account at any time subject to the maximum investment limit

Once the account has been opened it can be managed either in branch and/or via the post

Can I withdraw money?
You can withdraw without notice or penalty up to £500 in cash and £70,000 by cheque on demand from our branches or by sending us your written instructions. Larger cash sums up to £5,000 are available by giving at least 24 hours notice. Cheque withdrawals over £70,000 can be obtained from our Registered Office. Following any withdrawals £1,000 should remain in the account

 

What is the Interest Rate?

Savings Application Form