Business Savings Accounts

Our range of business savings accounts can help you make the most of your surplus cash.

All our savings accounts offer competitive interest rates. Click below to find out more or contact us to speak to our dedicated UK based team.

Account Interest rate

95 day notice account

If you can plan ahead, our Business 95 Day Saver Account pays a higher rate of interest than our instant access account.

Earn up to
gross p.a/AER (variable)*
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1 year deposit account

Lock your money away for 1 year in our Business 1 Year Fixed Rate Saver Account for a fixed rate on your savings.

gross p.a/AER (fixed)
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Instant access account

With our Business Instant Saver Account, you can take control of your savings and earn a competitive rate.

Earn up to
gross p.a./AER (variable)*
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*You can choose to have your interest paid monthly or annually. Interest is calculated daily. If your balance falls below £5,000 you will not earn interest until your balance returns to £5,000 or more.

Who our business savings accounts are for

Our savings accounts are for small to medium sized businesses and organisations established and operating in the UK that:

  • employ up to 250 people
  • have an annual turnover or assets of up to £45 million

If your business doesn’t meet the criteria above, view our corporate savings accounts for larger businesses and organisations.

View our faqs for more details on eligibility for our business savings accounts.

Nationwide business savings accounts aren’t suitable for use as a business current account.

How safe is my money?

Our strong credit rating grades provide you with reassurance that when you save with Nationwide your money will be safe and secure. Read more about us and the Nationwide difference.

Additionally, up to £85,000 of your money is protected by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme.

Nationwide Credit Ratings

These products and interest rates can be varied or withdrawn at any time without notice.

AER stands for Annual Equivalent Rate and illustrates what the interest rate would be if interest was paid and compounded once each year. Gross p.a. is the interest rate without tax deducted.