Is Yorkshire Bank and Yorkshire Building Society the same?
Yorkshire Building Society said it will warmly welcome any Yorkshire Bank customers who decide to jump ship once the bank changes its name to Virgin Money. Yorkshire Bank is to change its name to Virgin Money in late 2019 following parent company CYBG’s £1.7bn takeover of Virgin Money last year.
How do I contact Yorkshire Building Society?
00 44 1274 353228
Yorkshire Building Society/Customer service
Who took over the Yorkshire Building Society?
2010. The Yorkshire merges with Chelsea Building Society on 1 April 2010. Our combined assets are now of over £30bn, 2.8m members and a network of 178 branches.
Where is the Yorkshire Building Society?
Yorkshire Building Society is the third largest building society in the UK, with its headquarters in Bradford, West Yorkshire, England. It is a member of the Building Societies Association.
Why is Yorkshire Bank now Virgin Money?
Clydesdale Yorkshire Bank has now taken its final steps towards transitioning to the Virgin Money brand for business customers. Now it represents the largest specialised business sector for Virgin Money. “This is a chance to consolidate and build on almost two centuries’ of experience under the Virgin Money brand.
How do I find my Yorkshire Building Society customer number?
How do I get my customer number?
- For a new online savings account, we’ll send your 10-digit customer number by post (this is not your account number).
- For a new mortgage application (Approval in Principle) you will have been given your 10-digit customer number during the online application process.
Where is Yorkshire Building head office?
Bradford, United Kingdom
Yorkshire Building Society/Headquarters
Are my savings safe with Virgin Money?
The scheme only protects a maximum of £85,000 deposited into banks under an individual banking licence, which means that if a saver has more than £85,000 deposited across the Virgin Money, Clydesdale Bank, Yorkshire Bank or B brands, the excess will not be protected.