Please note that the Terms and Conditions available below are the Bank's most recently issued versions. Please bear in mind that earlier versions of these Terms and Conditions may apply to your products, depending on when you signed up to the relevant product or when you were last advised of any changes to your Terms and Conditions. If you have any questions regarding which version of the Terms and Conditions apply to your products, please contact your Relationship Manager.
For the latest information about the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) please use the 'Legal Information' link below. This supersedes the information provided in the current Terms and Conditions for deposit products.
Please read our site terms and conditions.
Welcome to the Bank of Scotland Corporate terms site. Here you will find the latest information regarding account services, product information and interest rates and charges.
If you can’t locate the information you need, please don’t hesitate to contact your Relationship Manager.
You can find your terms and
conditions by clicking on the links below, using the search function at
the top of the page or by clicking on one of the product groups in the
Terms and Conditions section – Cash Management, Deposits, International
Trade, Online Services or Client Accounts.
ViewTerms and conditionsPDF file, 47kB
ViewBacstel IP Direct - Terms and ConditionsPDF file, 102kB
ViewBacstel IP Indirect - Terms and conditionsPDF file, 101kB
ViewBIC and IBAN CountriesPDF File, 86KB
ViewTerms and conditionsPDF file, 69kB
Corporate Charge Card Terms & Conditions with effect from 28 December 2011
View more about corporate client accounts
ViewCorporate Currency Account - Terms and ConditionsPDF, 73 kB
ViewTerms and conditionsPDF file, 112kB
ViewAbout your accountPDF, 392kB
Current interest rates
ViewCorporate Deposit Currency Account - Terms and ConditionsPDF, 113 kB
Log on to Corporate Online
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ViewServices and ChargesPDF file, 105kB
The Netherlands customers
United Arab Emirates customers
ViewAbout your accountPDF file, 392KB
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ViewAbout your accountPDF file, 392kB
ViewFactsheet including interest ratesPDF file, 64kB
ViewCorporate - About your accountPDF file, 391kB
Current interest rates
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ViewTerms and conditionsPDF file, 113kB
View Other Products (Discontinued)
Current interest rates for our corporate accounts
ViewTerms and conditionsPDF file, 42kB
Log on to i-SITE
Further information on i-SITE
View more information
Contact our Client Banking team on 0131 658 4592
ViewTerms and conditionsPDF file, 61kB
Log on to Online Trade Services
ViewApplication formPDF file, 114kB
ViewTerms and conditionsPDF, 116kB
ViewNew EntitiesPDF file, 87kB
Log on to MarketsLink
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Log on to MarketsLink Extra
ViewTerms and conditionsPDF file, 77kB
ViewSWIFT Data Reporting PDF file, 93KB
ViewInformation sheetPDF file, 67kB
ViewTerms and conditionsPDF file, 126kB
ViewApplication formPDF file, 97kB
ViewTerms and conditionsPDF file, 58kB
Closure of the Cheque Guarantee Card SchemeThe Payments Council closed the scheme on 30 June 2011. You need to ensure you have alternative arrangements in place if you receive or make payments.
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