The Bank of Scotland plc (Scottish Gaelic: Banca na h-Alba) is a commercial and clearing bank based in Scotland and is part of the Lloyds Banking Group, following the Bank of Scotland's implosion in 2008.
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The late May bank holiday was also moved to Thursday 2nd June so we could further benefit from a long weekend. In contrast to England and Wales and Northern Ireland, Scotland celebrates 2nd January, Early August and St. Andrew’s Days as bank holidays but not Easter Monday or the Late August bank holiday (yes, it can get a bit complicated).
The Scottish National Investment Bank (‘the Bank’) is a development finance company established by the Scottish Government under the Scottish National Investment Bank Act 2020. The Bank is a public limited company, registered in Scotland with Company number SC677431 and is wholly owned by the Scottish Ministers.
If you want to know the total amount needed to repay your mortgage, please call to request a redemption statement on 0345 727 3747.We're open 8am until 8pm Monday to Friday and 9am until 4pm on Saturdays (closed on Sundays and Bank Holidays).
Everyday banking from the comfort of your home. Our app makes your day-to-day banking easy, quick and secure. It’s available to customers aged 11+ with compatible Android devices and a UK or international mobile number in specific countries.
Bank of Scotland plc (including its brands such as Halifax) became a wholly owned subsidiary of the group. In February 2009, Halifax made significant changes to its current accounts. From then, all new standard current accounts had zero credit and debit interest, along with no paid and unpaid item charges (which were previously up to £35).