Aldermore surpasses two savings milestones in same week

POSTED: 14th October 2013
IN: Newsroom

Aldermore, Britain's leading challenger bank, reached two significant targets this week as it opened its 100,000th customer savings account and its total savings balance exceeded the £3 billion mark for the first time.

The bank, who launched only four years ago during the economic crisis, and recently announced they would be taking part in second phase of the Government's Help to Buy scheme, offers a unique Ratings and Review service that allows customers to give direct feedback on products they have taken out for other customers to see.

Speaking on the news, Managing Director of Personal and Business Savings at Aldermore, Simon Healy said:

"It is rewarding that through our straightforward and transparent approach, since launch just 4 years' ago we have been able to help over 100k consumers and small businesses really make the most of their savings.

"Our accounts offer consistently competitive returns, are easy to open and have received universally great customer feedback; new customers can see for themselves from the un-edited reviews on our website.

"The past five years undoubtedly been for tough savers, particularly for those on fixed incomes. Our aim is to re-build trust in banks and we will continue to offer straight-forward accounts, without questionable teaser rates or misleading restrictions. Because that's exactly what our customers tell us they want.

"I am happy to see more and more customers recognise Aldermore as a bank they can trust."


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