Get up to 5.1%* interest on your business savings.

If your bank hasn't passed on the rise in interest rates yet, try Allica.

 

Get over 5.1%* interest on your business savings.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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* 5.1% AER, 12 month fixed term deposits only. Min deposit £20k, max £2mil. T&Cs apply. Find out more here.

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Covered by FSCS up to £85k

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Competitive rates

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Simple online application

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UK-based support team

FSCS Protected

Your eligible deposits with Allica are protected up to a total of £85,000 by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme, the UK's deposit guarantee scheme. Any deposits you hold above the limit are unlikely to be covered.

Find out more about your eligibility for FSCS coverage here.

* ‘AER' means ‘annual equivalent rate' and is designed to make it easy for you to compare savings products. It tells you how much interest you'd earn if you put some money in an account and left it there for a full year. It takes account of things like how often the interest is paid and assumes any interest paid during that year is added to the balance and earns interest.

 

How to open an account

Opening an account is quick and easy, we just need a few details from you to get started. 

1. Choose a product.

Decide how long you can leave your savings untouched.

2. Start your application.

We’ll need Companies House and other financial information.

3. Fund your account.

Our fixed rate products require minimum amounts deposited in 14 days.

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Business current account

Are you ready for a rewarding current account?

Sick and tired of impersonal, inconvenient and poor value business banking? 

Our Business Current Account comes with 3.85% AER* instant access savings pot and no monthly fees attached. Discover the banking your business deserves today.**

Learn more

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* ‘AER' means ‘annual equivalent rate' and is designed to make it easy for you to compare savings products. It tells you how much interest you'd earn if you put some money in an account and left it there for a full year. It takes account of things like how often the interest is paid and assumes any interest paid during that year is added to the balance and earns interest.

**See a full list of limits, fees, and industry restrictions here or read our key features document or service information.

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