Barclays offers expert advice and guidance to all of our business customers, whether you’re just venturing out or setting up another business. Through our relationship with Barclays, we can offer a simple account opening process with £50 cash back* or @Credits which can be spent on our system.
@UKPLC Company Registrations here to clearly articulate that the @UKPLC Company Registrations offers cashback and not Barclays. Also outline the process for claiming cashback and payment process
@UKPLC Company Registrations and Barclays have entered into a referral arrangement whereby a fee will be paid by Barclays to @UKPLC Company Registrations on the successful opening of a Barclays Business Account.
This means that you can claim £50 cashback when you open your account through @UKPLC Company Registrations. Cashback can be claimed if the account is opened within 3 months of application. Cashback must be claimed within 1 year of the account being opened.
@UKPLC and Barclays have entered into a referral arrangement whereby a fee will be paid by Barclays to @UKPLC Company Registrations on the successful opening of a Barclays Business Account.
This means that you can claim £50 credit when you open your account through @UKPLC Company Registrations.
Credit can be claimed if the account is opened within 3 months of application. Credit must be claimed and spent within 1 year of the account being opened.
NB Total credit that can be accrued is £2000. To continue claiming credit you must spend to reduce the total to below £1950.
During the company formation process simply get in touch with us and we’ll securely send your details to Barclays.
Within 2 working days Barclays will contact you to arrange your welcome meeting.
12 months free banking** then a choice of 2 straightforward Price Plans and Barclays Loyalty Reward which can help reduce your monthly charges.
With Barclays Service Guarantee, they promise to take personal responsibility for solving your queries, with regular updates to show how we’re doing.
Your own local Barclays Business Manager dedicated to helping you reach your goals as well as phone access to their dedicated Business Team. Once you’ve opened your account, your Barclays Business Manager can help arrange free consultations with an accountant, a marketing professional and a solicitor for expert advice in your crucial first months.
Manage your account online, by phone, via the Barclays Mobile Banking app*** or in branch.
Free Text Alerts to keep track of money in and out of your account as well as when your balance gets close to your limits.
Step 1: Once you have completed your incorporation, @UKPLC Company Registrations will automatically send your details via a secure link to Barclays.
Step 2: Within 48 hours working day of receiving your details, Barclays will call you to arrange a time convenient for you to meet your Barclays Business Manager and open your account.
Step 3: Once Barclays confirms to you that your bank account has been opened, you then need to complete our cash back or @Credits form on your company admin page.
Terms and conditions apply. Some services will be subject to application and status.
More details available on https://www.home.barclays/products-services/gb.html and in branch from a Barclays Business Manager.
* UK customers only, terms and conditions apply
** Available for small businesses, including individuals setting up their first business bank account within the first 12 months of trading. There is no charge for standard transactions for 12 months (‘Initial free banking period’) from opening our Barclays Business current account.
*** Terms, conditions and restrictions apply. You must have a Barclays current account and be aged 16 or over to use Barclays Mobile Banking. You will need to register and link your UK mobile number with your Barclays current account. Compatible phone, operating system and internet access (fees may apply) required.
**** Terms and conditions apply. You must have a UK current account and be aged 16 or over to use Barclays Pingit. Business customers on certain tariffs will be charged for transactions.