Business Savings Products – General Terms and Conditions
It is important that the Business has read and understands these terms and conditions (the “General Terms and Conditions”) as they contain important information which relates to its Account. The General Terms and Conditions (and for certain products, the Specific Terms and Conditions), the online application and the OakNorth Privacy Notice together form the agreement (“Agreement”) between the Business and us, OakNorth Bank plc (“OakNorth”). Altogether, they set out the features of OakNorth’s Business Savings Products, they explain how these products work and what our responsibilities and those of the Business are once the Business opens an Account with us.
If there is a conflict between our Business Savings Products’ General Terms and Conditions and the Business Savings Products’ Specific Terms and Conditions for your product, the Specific Terms and Conditions will prevail.
“Account” means the OakNorth deposit account for the Business.
“Business”, “you” or “your” means the legal entity identified in the online application.
“Micro-enterprise” means an enterprise which: (a) employs fewer than 10 people; and (b) has a turnover or annual balance sheet that does not exceed Euro 2 million.
“Regulatory System” means the arrangements for regulating a firm or other person under the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000, in or under the Consumer Credit Act 1974 and as otherwise defined in the Handbook of the Financial Conduct Authority.
“We”, “us”, “our” and “OakNorth” means OakNorth Bank plc, a company registered in England and Wales under company number 08595042 and whose registered office is at: OakNorth Bank plc, 57 Broadwick Street, London W1F 9QS.
Where there is reference in these General Terms and Conditions to a business day, it means any day other than Saturday, Sunday or a bank holiday in England and Wales.
The Business may ask us at any time while it has an Account with us to provide the Business with the information contained in these General Terms and Conditions.
OakNorth is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority (Financial Services Register No. 629564).
1.1 OakNorth Business Savings Products are only available to UK incorporated Limited Companies and Limited Liability Partnerships that:
1.1.1 have been registered in the UK for at least three years; and
1.1.2 are registered with HMRC to pay tax in the UK; and
1.1.3 are not engaged in any of the following activities: oil or gas production; leather tanning; manufacturing, dressing or dyeing of fur; armaments; defence activities; wholesale or recovery of waste or scrap; banking or credit; trade finance; insurance or pensions activities; gambling or betting activities or in any unlawful activities. Some additional restricted activities which are not listed above may also apply.
1.2 The business entity stated on the online application is the Business and deemed to be the Account holder and is liable to OakNorth under the Agreement. The Business warrants that the individual who completes the online application for the Account and accepts these General Terms and Conditions is authorised by the Business to enter into the Agreement and that the Business will be bound by the Agreement.
1.3 The Account must only be used for funds belonging to the Business and the funds must be unencumbered. The Account must not be used to deposit personal funds of any individual connected with the Business or funds belonging to the customers of the Business. If we reasonably believe the Account to hold such funds, we reserve the right in our sole discretion to close the Account with immediate effect and return any funds to the nominated bank account held on file.
1.4 We will require information on key individuals including directors and shareholders (in the case of limited companies), members (in the case of limited liability partnerships) and other users connected with the Account. All directors and significant shareholders (in the case of limited companies), members (in the case of limited liability partnerships) and other users connected with the Account must be over 18 years of age, UK residents and liable to pay tax in the UK. Significant shareholders are defined as beneficial owners with shareholding equal to or greater than 25% of the Business (in the case of limited companies).
1.5 The Business is required to notify us promptly if there are any changes to the directors or shareholders (in the case of limited companies) or members (in the case of limited liability partnerships) of the Business or if there is any change in their tax residency status. In addition, the Business will be required to provide us, promptly, with other information that we may require from time to time, including identification requirements that the Business is required to keep us up to date with at all times.
1.6 We are obliged to confirm the true identity of all users connected with the Account. If we cannot confirm their true identity, we may refuse the application to open an account and refuse to accept a deposit from you without giving a reason.
1.7 The Business warrants that all the information it provides to us is complete, accurate and correct.
1.8 The currency of the Account will be the Pound sterling and deposit(s) will only be accepted if they are in this currency.
1.9 The minimum deposit required to open the Account is £10,000.
1.10 The maximum deposit into a single Account with us is £1,000,000. The maximum amount that the Business will be allowed to hold in deposits with us across multiple accounts is £1,000,000.
1.11 The Business cannot overdraw or borrow on the Account.
1.12 If the Business’s application to open an Account is approved, there will be a maximum period of 14 calendar days to fund the Account from the date of approval. If the Account is not funded with the minimum deposit (as referred to in section 1.9 above) within 14 calendar days, it will be closed.
1.13 Details of our current interest rates are available online and the rates fluctuate from time to time. Details of the interest rates applicable to your Account(s) can be found on your deposit statement via online banking or you can contact us to find out more.
1.14 It is a condition of the Agreement that you will not: (a) act abusively, offensively or violently towards our staff; (b) become bankrupt; (c) act dishonestly with us; (d) use your Account for a dishonest, fraudulent or unlawful purpose; or (e) act in a way that gives rise to a reasonable suspicion of fraud or criminal activity. If you do any of these things, we will regard that as a serious breach of the Agreement between us; and we may close your Account immediately. We may also close your Account immediately, if we reasonably consider that (a) any one of the directors of the Business, significant shareholders or designated members of the Business no longer meet our eligibility requirements (as per section 1.1); or (b) it would be unlawful for us to keep; or (c) we would breach our obligations under the Regulatory System if we kept, your Account open. OakNorth are under no obligation to disclose to you the reason(s) for closing your account.
1.15 If the Business breaches the Agreement in any other way, we may also close the Account by giving the Business 14 days written notice of our intention to do so. Please refer to relevant section(s) of the Specific Terms & Conditions for more detail.
2. Deposits into the Account and Transfers
2.1 We will only accept cheques or bank transfers from a UK bank account held in the name of the Business. For bank transfers, the payment must come from the nominated bank account (as specified in the application) which must be in the name of the Business; any payments coming from a different account other than the nominated bank account may not be accepted. Cheques and banker’s drafts are also accepted and must be made payable to OakNorth Bank plc. Cheques must include the name of the Business and Account number on the reverse. For banker’s drafts your bank must type the full name of the Business, nominated bank account number and nominated bank account sort code (as specified in your application) on the front of the banker’s draft; banker’s drafts must also include the Account number on the reverse.
2.2 Deposits funded by online transfers will be credited to the Account and interest will begin accruing on the minimum daily balance no later than one business day from when we receive your funds. Deposits funded by cheque or banker’s draft will normally be credited to the Account, not more than 2 business days after the business day we receive the cheque or bankers draft (unless the cheque is not made out correctly, in which case it may take longer or a new cheque may be requested). Interest will begin accruing on the minimum balance (for Fixed Term Deposits) and end of day balance (for Easy Access and Notice Accounts) of the day we credit your Account.
2.3 Transfers from your Account can only be made to your nominated bank account.
3. Unauthorised or incorrectly executed payments
3.1 If a payment is fraudulently or mistakenly paid into your Account, it may be removed from your Account later at our sole discretion.
3.2 If an unauthorised or incorrectly executed payment transaction occurs, the Business is entitled to rectification, provided the Business notifies us without undue delay on becoming aware of the transaction.
3.3 If the Business fails to notify us in accordance with section 3.2 or if the Business acts fraudulently in relation to the Account, the Business will be liable for all losses. If the Business acts without reasonable care and losses are caused, the Business shall also be liable for them.
3.4 You must contact us using the details on our ‘get in touch‘ page as soon as you realise there has been an unauthorised or incorrectly executed payment transaction.
3.5 Notwithstanding the above, we will not be liable for immediately correcting, refunding, restoring or redressing an unauthorised or incorrect payment transaction in cases where the error has been caused on account of any unforeseeable or abnormal circumstances beyond our control. We will assess this on a case by case basis.
4.1 The Business must take, and shall ensure that all users take, all reasonable security precautions to prevent misuse of the Account and any security details (including account details, security codes or secure personal information) and any other reasonable requirements that we notify to the Business in writing from time to time which allow the Business or any users connected with the Account to gain access to the Account. Failure to take reasonable security precautions may result in access to the Account, or additional services, being blocked and the Business being liable for any and all losses in accordance with section 3.3. Reasonable security precautions include not disclosing any security details to anyone (except when confirming, registering or resetting the security details for the Business with us); not disclosing or writing down the security details in any way that can be understood by someone else; not choosing security details which are easy to guess; and ensuring the security details for the Account are kept private at all times.
4.2 If the security details for the Business are lost or stolen or any user connected with the Account thinks someone knows them or has used or tried to use them, the Business or the user must contact us immediately by calling us on 0330 380 1181 (Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm) or by emailing us at email@example.com.
4.3 The Business shall co-operate with us by providing information or other assistance in connection with the loss or misuse of the security details. We may also give the police information about the Business, the Account or any users connected with the Account which we consider relevant to assist with any investigation of criminal activity. In some instances, we may ask the Business to contact the police in connection with suspicious or criminal activity on the Account. The Business agrees to give us, the police and other investigative and law enforcement agencies, its reasonable co-operation, if asked to do so.
5.1 If the security details of the Business (including personal data of any user connected with the Account) are used with permission by someone else or because the Business (or any user connected with the Account) acted fraudulently or failed to take reasonable security precautions (see section 4), or if the Business (or any user connected with the Account) deliberately or with gross negligence failed to inform us of the loss, theft, misuse or suspected misuse of any of the security details of the Business (including personal data of any user connected with the Account), the Business shall be liable for all losses.
5.2 Subject to section 5.1 the Business will not be responsible for any losses for abuse of the security details for the Business (including personal data of any user connected with the Account) after we have been informed in the manner set out in section 4 of their loss, theft, misuse or suspected misuse.
5.3 If the Business has any reason to think we have made an error, we must be told as soon as possible. If we make an error in administering the Account, as soon as possible after becoming aware, we will tell the Business and put it right, restoring the Account to the state it would have been in had the error not taken place. In resolving any error, the Business agrees that we may make the necessary correcting entry(ies) to the Account without having to seek prior approval of the Business. Notwithstanding the above, we will not be liable for correcting an error in cases where the error has been caused on account of any unforeseeable or abnormal circumstances beyond our control.
5.4 Nothing in the Agreement limits or excludes either party’s liability for death or personal injury caused by negligence or for fraud.
5.5 If the Business is a Micro-enterprise, nothing in the Agreement limits or excludes our liability to the Business under the Regulatory System.
6.1 A statement will be available via online banking.
6.2 The Business agrees to regularly check their statement and tell us as soon as possible if it thinks there has been a mistake. If the Business does this, we will investigate. If we need more information to carry out our investigations, we will tell the Business, and the Business agrees to take reasonable steps to give us what we need. When we have completed our investigations, we will tell the Business what we found, and what action we are proposing to take.
6.3 We can make available to the Business any further information which we hold in relation to any transaction on the Account and this can be requested by contacting us.
7. Responsibilities of the Business
7.1 The Business must notify us immediately of any changes relevant to the Agreement, including (but not limited to): the name of the Business, address, email address, telephone number, tax residency status, business activities and changes in the details of any of the directors or shareholders (in the case of limited companies), members (in the case of limited liability partnerships) or other users connected with the Account. In certain cases, we may require additional documentary evidence.
7.2 If we are asked to accept instructions by email (and signed attachment in whatever format) or by telephone or in writing then, if we agree to do so, the Business agrees to indemnify us from and against all actions, proceedings, claims and demands which may be brought against us and all losses, costs, charges, damages and expenses which we may incur or for which we may become liable because we acted on an instruction from the Business or a user connected with the Account (notwithstanding that any such instruction may not have been duly authorised by the Business). The Business will also reimburse us fully for legal fees and all other collection costs and expenses incurred in the enforcement of this indemnity. We will, however, follow our security verification and identification procedures before acting on any such instruction as described in this section.
7.3 In order to comply with OakNorth’s legal or regulatory requirements, we may, from time to time, request additional information from you in relation to your business, directors, shareholders, designated members, business activity or the operation of your Accounts. You must provide us with any information that we request in order to satisfy these requirements.
8. Set Off
8.1 For Businesses which are also OakNorth’s loan customers, we may at any time with no notice, set off any matured obligation due from the Business to us against any obligation owed by us to the Business, including sums standing to the credit of any Account of the Business.
8.2 The nature and extent of the right to set-off would be any matured obligations (being a loan repayment) due from the Business to us against any obligation (being business deposit account) owed by us to the Business.
9. Changes to our service or these conditions
9.1 We may make changes to the services or these General Terms and Conditions for the following reasons which will apply automatically:
9.1.1 To make these Terms & Conditions easier to understand or fairer to the Business.
9.1.2 To correct non-material mistakes, ambiguities, inaccuracies or omissions where it is reasonable to do so or as a result of customer feedback.
9.1.3 To make improvements to the services we provide which are of benefit to the Business.
9.1.4 To reflect changes in security design or technology at no increased cost to the Business.
9.1.5 To respond to changes in the Regulatory System, codes of practice, industry-wide practices, court or ombudsman decisions or new regulatory practice.
9.1.6 If we reasonably believe the change is necessary in the interests of our customers and us.
9.1.7 In all such cases we shall promptly notify the Business of such changes. If we make changes related to 9.1.3, 9.1.4, 9.1.5 or 9.1.6, we shall notify the Business of such changes after they have been made.
9.1.8 If we make changes related to 9.1.1 and 9.1.2, the Business can view the most recent General Terms and Conditions by looking on the OakNorth website.
9.2 For all other changes that we consider to the Business’s detriment, we will notify it no less than 30 days in advance of the change taking effect. The Business will have the option to close the Account immediately (regardless of any notice period or fixed term) and cancel the agreement (without charge) before the changes come into effect. If the Business does not notify us of their refusal to accept the change before the date that the change takes effect, we will assume that it accepts the changes we have made. This would apply, but not limited, to the following:
9.2.1 To take account of any change in our ownership or to reflect a reorganisation of our business as a result of it being acquired or merging with another bank or organisation to make sure that our customers and the customers of the other organisation are treated in a similar way if they have a similar product.
10. Fraud prevention agencies
10.1 If false or inaccurate information is provided or fraud is identified or suspected, details may be passed to fraud prevention agencies without notice to you. Law enforcement agencies may access and use this information.
10.2 We and other organisations may also access and use this information to prevent fraud and money laundering, for example when checking deposit applications.
10.3 We may access and use information recorded by fraud prevention agencies from other countries.
10.4 If you would like contact details for the credit reference and fraud prevention agencies we use, please contact us.
11. Customer Communications
11.1 If the Business (or any users connected with the Account) emails us, or gives us an email address, we will keep a record of it and the Business (and users connected with the Account) agree to communications being sent to it at that address. We will not give any email address relating to the Business or any users connected with the Account to any unauthorised third parties.
11.2 However, if the Business (or any users connected with the Account) sends us an email, please remember that it will be unsecure and could be intercepted. Accordingly, please keep the amount of confidential information included to a minimum. We will do likewise when we reply.
12. Information and monitoring
12.1 We may monitor or record calls, emails, text messages or other communications in accordance with applicable laws. Such recording or monitoring may take place for business purposes such as quality control and training, prevention of unauthorised use of our telecommunication systems and website, ensuring effective systems operation, prevention or detection of crime, and protection of confidential information relating to the Business (including personal data of any user connected with the Account). Please see our Privacy Notice, a link to which can be found at section 16.1 for more information.
13. Other Important Information
13.1 It is our aim to ensure a complete service at all times, but we will not be responsible when failure is caused by circumstances beyond our control or which we could not reasonably have foreseen.
13.2 OakNorth is covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (“FSCS” or the “Scheme”). The Scheme will pay compensation of up to £85,000 ( “Scheme Limit”) which may be updated from time to time, to eligible depositors if we cannot meet our financial obligations to them. See the FSCS eligibility criteria to find out whether the Business is covered by the FSCS in such an event. Any eligible deposits the Business holds above the Scheme Limit are unlikely to be covered.
13.3For further information about the compensation provided by the FSCS (including the amounts covered and eligibility to claim) please contact us, or refer to the FSCS website www.FSCS.org.uk or contact the FSCS on 020 7741 4100 or 0800 678 1100, at ICT@fscs.org.uk or at Financial Services Compensation Scheme, 10th Floor Beaufort House, 15 St Botolph Street, London, EC3A 7QU. Please note, only compensation related queries should be directed to the FSCS.
13.4 We may transfer our rights and/or responsibilities under the Agreement to any person in situations such as those mentioned in section 9.2.1 if:
13.4.1 We reasonably believe such person is capable of performing our responsibilities; and
13.4.2 That other person is authorised to accept deposits and writes to the Business and undertakes to carry out all our duties and obligations under the Agreement. If it does so, the Business agrees that we will be released from all those duties and obligations and shall have no further liability to the Business.
13.5 The Business shall not transfer any of its rights or responsibilities under the Agreement to any third party.
13.6 If we believe that the Business has tax obligations in other countries, we may disclose information about the Business or its organisation directly to those tax authorities or to HM Revenue & Customs, which may share the information with the other tax authorities.
13.7 Please further note that OakNorth holds monies as banker and not as a trustee under the client money rules, and consequently operates under the exemption given to banks in the rules set out in the Financial Conduct Authority’s Client Assets Sourcebook. In the unlikely event that OakNorth fails, the client money distribution rules will not apply to these sums and the Business will not be entitled to share in any distribution under the client money distribution rules. For the avoidance of doubt, in the event that OakNorth fails, eligible deposits are still covered under the FSCS scheme as per section 13.2.
14. Contacting us
14.1 We can be contacted by email, by phone or in writing. Please refer to our website for our contact details. If you have any difficulty with hearing or speech, we can accept calls from you when you use the Next Generation Text (NGT) Service. Please visit NGT to see all the ways you can use this service.
15.1 Please visit https://www.oaknorth.co.uk/complaints/ for details of our complaints procedure. If the Business (or any user connected with the Account) would like to contact us to discuss or make a complaint, please call, email or write to our Customer Services Team using the contact details on our website.
15.2 The Financial Ombudsman Service is an independent organisation which settles complaints that consumers and financial businesses have not been able to resolve between themselves. The service is free and easy-to-use. To find out more about the service, visit www.financial-ombudsman.org.uk
15.3 We always endeavour to reply to complaints within two or three business days. If for some reason we have not been able to resolve the complaint within eight weeks, or the Business is not satisfied with the resolution, the Business may be entitled to refer its complaint to the Financial Ombudsman Service. The Financial Ombudsman Service will not usually accept or consider a complaint (a) until we have issued our final response; or (b) more than six months after we have issued our final response to the complaint.
15.4 The Financial Ombudsman Service can be contacted by writing to:
The Financial Ombudsman Service
London E14 9SR
Alternatively, you can call them on 0800 023 4567.
16. Data Protection
16.1 We are committed to protecting the personal information related to users connected with the Account. Please refer to the OakNorth Privacy Notice on our website which describes what personal information we collect relating to users connected with the Account and how this information will be used. The Privacy Notice is to be read in conjunction with these General Terms and Conditions.
17. Law and Jurisdiction
17.1 These General Terms and Conditions shall be governed by and construed in accordance with English law. Without prejudice to section 15, the parties hereby submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts in respect of any dispute or matter arising out of or connected with these General Terms and Conditions.
18.1 These General Terms and Conditions are available only in English and all communications from us will be in English.
18.2 We will only accept communications and instructions from customers in English.
19. Dormant Accounts
19.1 If we lose contact with you despite repeated attempts through all possible channels (i.e. phone, email or post) for three years (in case of Fixed Term Deposits- three years after maturity), we may treat your Account as being inactive to help mitigate the risk of fraudulent activity. This means that we will stop contacting you.
19.2 To reactivate your Account, you can contact us using the details on our ‘get in touch’ page. For identification purposes, the registered director as per Companies House is required to provide proof of identification and proof of address. Details of which documents we accept can be found on the ‘Identification Requirement’ page on our website and how to get them certified can be found on the ‘Certifying Document’ page on our website.
19.3 If a total period of fifteen years has passed with no contact from you, your Account will be considered as dormant.
19.4 Once your Account has become dormant, we reserve the right to transfer the funds to an authorised reclaim fund. A reclaim fund is a separate organisation authorised to accept unclaimed money in ‘dormant’ bank Accounts which is distributed for the benefit of the community, while protecting the rights of customers to reclaim their money. You will be entitled to claim your money back from the reclaim fund. You can contact us using the details on our ‘Get in touch’ page to reclaim your funds. OakNorth will handle the claim for repayment as an agent of the reclaim fund.
Business Fixed Term Deposits– Specific Terms and Conditions
Specific (Additional) terms and conditions which apply to Business Fixed Term Deposit Products
These Specific (Additional) Terms and Conditions apply in addition to the General Terms and Conditions unless stated otherwise. “Account” in these Specific (Additional) Terms and Conditions means a Business Fixed Term Deposit Account only. Terms not defined herein shall have the same meaning as contained in the General Terms and Conditions.
20.1 Each deposit from a Business shall constitute a single Account. That said, a Business may hold multiple Accounts at any time subject to conditions in section 1.10 of the General Terms and Conditions (relating to the maximum aggregate balance that the business may deposit with us).
20.2 The Account is for a fixed period of time, as selected by the Business on the online application form, commencing on the day the Account is funded. We will confirm the date of maturity of the Account by sending an e-mail to the e-mail address nominated by the Business and notifying the Business that the Account has received funds. The notification email will include the Account number, amount invested, interest rate applied and the maturity date for the Account.
20.3 The Business cannot close or make withdrawals from the Account during the term of the Account as referred to in section 20.2.
20.4 If the Business funds the Account using a cheque, and the cheque does not clear, the Account will be deactivated and we may ask for an alternate means of payment.
21.1 30 days before the Account reaches maturity and then every 7 days till it matures, we will send an email to the Business to confirm the date when the Account will mature, and to tell the Business about the options available to it at that time.
21.2 The Business will need to submit maturity instructions by logging into their Account through online banking. The options that are available are:
21.2.1 Transfer the whole of the Account balance (principal and interest) to the nominated UK bank account the Business used to fund the account;
21.2.2 Reinvest the principal in another available deposit product with us, and transfer the interest accrued to the nominated UK bank account the Business used to fund the Account;
21.2.3 Reinvest the Account balance (principal and interest) in another available deposit product with us adhering to the maximum limit permitted in OakNorth Accounts (as per clause 1.10 of the General Terms and Conditions); or
21.2.4 Reinvest a portion of the principal to be specified by the Business in another available deposit product with us and have the remainder of the principal and interest paid in the nominated UK bank account the Business used to fund the Account.
21.3 If we do not receive instructions from the Business before the Account maturity date, the total amount including interest will be automatically transferred to a variable rate Business Easy Access Deposit Account with us and we will email the Business (using the contact details provided at the time of Account opening) the new account details on the day of account opening. If we do not offer a Business Easy Access Deposit Account on the Account maturity date, we will transfer the full amount of the Account balance (principal and interest) back to the nominated UK bank account from which the funds were sent by the Business when the Account was opened.
21.4 The Account will mature on a business day. If the maturity date falls on a non-business day (weekends and bank holidays) the date of maturity will be the next business day and any interest will continue to accrue for the additional day or days.
22. Interest Rates
22.1 The interest rates for the Account will be fixed by us when the Account is approved. (Unless the Regulatory System and law requires us to do something else), we will pay credit interest without deduction of tax. The Business is responsible for paying any tax which may be due.
22.2 We will calculate interest at the fixed rate stated in the Account opening confirmation email on the minimum daily balance in the Account. Interest will be accrued from the day we receive cleared funds into the Account.
22.3 We will pay interest to the Account on maturity.
22.4 An Account closing summary statement will be issued to the Business on maturity via email.
23. Closing the Account
23.1 This Agreement has a fixed term depending on the product selected by the Business. The Business cannot close the Account at any time between the date the Account has been funded and the 14-day cooling off period has passed (refer to Clause 24), and the date when the product matures, unless there are exceptional circumstances as reasonably determined by us under our sole discretion.
23.2 We shall be entitled (but not obliged) to return the funds, including interest up to that date, to you if you cease to be a UK-based business or if any of the directors or significant shareholders (in the case of limited companies) or members (in the case of limited liability partnerships) cease to be UK tax residents but remain directors or shareholders (in the case of limited companies) or members (in the case of limited liability partnerships) in the Business or if there is a breach of any term set out in this Agreement. We will revoke access to the Account for other users connected with the Account that are not directors or significant shareholders (in the case of limited companies) or members (in the case of limited liability partnerships), when they cease to be a UK tax resident.
23.3 If we do agree to cancel the Agreement prior to the date of maturity, we will transfer the principal and interest accrued up to the day of closure to the nominated UK bank account the Business used to fund the Account.
24. Right to cancel
24.1 The Business has the right to cancel the agreement via email/phone (our contact details are available on our website) and close the account within 14 days from the date of your Account opening (when the Account is initially funded), or within 14 days of first receiving the Specific Terms and Conditions (if later).
24.2 If you exercise your right to cancel, we will return any money you have deposited with us to your nominated UK bank account. In the event of cancellation, you will not receive any interest. If you do not cancel within this period, you will be treated as being bound by the Agreement.
25. How to contact us
25.1 You can contact us using the details provided on our website.