Who we are

Since it was founded in 2009, Aldermore has established itself as one of the leading alternative banks.

Who we are

Aldermore is a modern, legacy-free bank which challenges the established view of what banking should be.

Founded in 2009, we have grown significantly since then, posting our first year of profits three years after launching and establishing Aldermore as one of the leading alternative banks.

Our offering is focused on delivering straightforward products and sector expertise to customers in underserved market segments. We deliver award-winning commercial finance, mortgages and savings to Britain’s small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), homeowners and savers.

We focus on specialist lending across four areas: Asset Finance, Invoice Finance, SME Commercial Mortgages and Residential Mortgages. Our lending activity is supported by our deposit franchise and other funding sources.

By offering a genuine alternative to the incumbent banks, we are providing much needed diversification in the British banking landscape.

Refreshingly different, Aldermore operates with a modern, scalable and legacy-free digital infrastructure which underpins our proven customer service and distribution propositions. We have no branch network but serve customers and intermediary partners online, by phone and face to face through our network of twelve regional offices located around the UK.

Our brand pillars – exceptional service, total transparency and community – underpin everything that we do. They are the direct result of feedback from our customers, differentiate us from our competition and help us to ensure that we continue to deliver banking as it should be.

Aldermore is backed by funds advised by AnaCap Financial Partners LLP, a specialist private equity investor in the financial services sector, and other institutional investors.

The Bank is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Prudential Regulation Authority and the Financial Conduct Authority and covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme.

 

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