We've called it Current Account Direct, as you're directly in control of the account 24/7. The account has been created so that for the most common types of transaction there should be no need to visit a branch.
Please note: Current Account Direct has been designed for self service, you must use our phone and internet services to operate your account.
We want to make sure you’re in control of your money and can manage your account easily.
That’s why we’ve designed Current Account Direct around you, offering:
Rate of interest - 9.48% per annum (variable)
Total amount of credit - £1200
EAR - 9.90% variable
The rate of interest shown is an Effective Annual Rate (EAR) which takes account of the rate of interest charged, the frequency it is levied to the account and the compounding interest.*
* This example is for illustration purposes only.
4% AER (3.93% gross p.a.) fixed until 31.03.15 reverting to 2% AER (1.98% gross p.a.) variable. Interest paid monthly. For account transfers, Current Account Switch Service should be used, subject to eligibility. Subject to status 18+ only. Offer may be withdrawn at any time. AER stands for Annual Equivalent Rate and illustrates what the interest rate would be if interest was paid and compounded once each year. Gross rate is the interest payable without taking account of the deduction of income tax. For most customers tax will be deducted at the basic rate prevailing at the time of payment, presently 20%. All financial information correct at 26.02.14.
You need to be 18 or over to apply for our Current Account Direct. Overdrafts and debit cards are subject to status. We can provide a written quotation for an overdraft on request. Current Account Direct accounts cannot be linked to a Clydesdale Bank Offset Mortgage for the purposes of offsetting interest.
More and more of our customers are managing their money online, by phone or mobile. So we’ve given you all these options as part of Current Account Direct.
But you can still use your local Clydesdale Bank branch for services that aren’t available online or over the phone – such as paying in cash and cheques.
Telephone and Internet Banking may be temporarily unavailable during periods of routine maintenance. And we may monitor or record calls to help us improve our service.