Opening your Ethical 100 Day Notice Account (C/T/UA)

(this on-line form can also be used to open savings accounts for clubs and societies)

Before we start to collect your information please be assured that, this is a secure page so the information you provide cannot be intercepted. Please note that: your session will time out if you do not make any changes on a page for more than 30 minutes; you are unable to save and return to your application later; you will need to print an Application Summary at the end of your online application to sign and return to us.

Are you eligible?
To open your Ethical 100 Day Notice Account (C/T/UA) you need to meet the following requirements:
  • All representatives of the applicant organisation must be at least 18 years old
  • All directors, trustees, beneficiaries, members, persons with significant control and additional authorised signatories must be permanent UK residents
  • The applicant organisation must hold an account with a UK registered bank or building society - this will be known as your nominated account.
  • Your organisation must have at least £1,000 to open an account
You will need
  • Your UK registered bank or building society account details
  • The personal details (full names, DOB, country of birth, nationality, contact details) and address history for the last 3 years of all the directors, trustees, beneficiaries, members and additional authorised signatories who instruct us to open or manage the savings account on behalf of the applicant organisation
  • One of your active Charity Bank account numbers, if your organisation is an existing saver
  • The details of any persons with significant control
Please read the important information prior to commencing your application (click on the links)

Before you begin
During the application process, we will share the personal data provided in this form typically, in relation to each named contact, your personal and contact details along with your date of birth and job title, with selected Credit Reference Agencies for the purposes of verifying the identity of individuals referred to in the application form. The details of the agencies we use and their privacy policies can be found within our Privacy Notice on our website or via the link above. A record of this initial “soft search” will be kept on our file and will leave a non-detrimental footprint on the credit file of the relevant individuals, which will not be viewable by any other organisation. We do not base our decisions solely on this information, and so we may ask individuals to provide additional information if the electronic search is not successful. We may involve other trusted third parties in the processing of your personal data and where we do so we make this clear in our Privacy Notice.