Unlock your cash flow potential. At Yorkshire Bank we take a flexible approach to business borrowing.
Lending is subject to status and eligibility.
We offer short and long-term lending to help you build today and prepare for the future.
Whether that's getting new equipment or quick access to funds, our range of business loans and financial products are designed to help keep your business’ financial management as simple as possible.Access the support you need to grow your business
Please note - lending is subject to status and eligibility. Security may be required.
View our range of borrowing options that can help accelerate the growth of your business.
Consider bringing your business plans to life with a commercial mortgage.
Application declined? Make an appeal and we’ll review the decision.
We adhere to The Standards of Lending Practice which are monitored and enforced by the Lending Standards Board.
* Representative example
10.2% APR representative on unsecured online business loans up to £25,000.
Loan amount: £20,000, Term time: 24 months, Interest rate per annum (Fixed): 9.75%, Representative APR: 10.2% APR, Fees/Charges: £0, Total amount of credit: £20,000, Total amount repayable: £22,102.49
The representative APR is for comparison purposes and shows the annual interest rate that we expect at least 51% of customers to get when they enter a loan agreement with us. The rate offered may differ from the representative APR shown.
The Bank of England and the FCA have reinforced the message that market participants should not rely on LIBOR's continuation beyond 2021 and must take action now to remove dependence on LIBOR before then.
The London Interbank Offered Rate or ‘LIBOR’ is used in the calculation of interest costs for some of our customers to whom we provide loans.
During 2020 The Bank of England and the FCA have reiterated that neither banks nor their customers should rely on LIBOR's continuation beyond 2021 and must take action now to remove dependence on LIBOR before then.
We are currently preparing for this change and will be contacting customers who hold LIBOR loan products in the first half of 2021 to discuss their options for replacing LIBOR with an alternative reference rate ahead of the deadline.
UK Finance have created a handy guide for businesses, visit their website to read more about the discontinuation of LIBOR. (opens in a new window)
We have produced a set of FAQs to help support customers during LIBOR transition.
New business current account customers - start your business current account application process online.Compare our business accounts
New business savings account customers - start your business savings account application process online.Compare our business savings accounts
Business Lending - Flexible lending options for new and existing customers.Enquire now about flexible lending options
Your digital services have had a Virgin Money makeover. Make the move today by using the new Virgin Money internet banking service.
There are no changes to your account information or login details, the only difference is that you can now sign in to the new Virgin Money internet banking service as well. For now you can still log on through Yorkshire Bank if you’d prefer.
Here's to a life more Virgin.Continue to Yorkshire Bank Internet Banking as normal
Your digital services have had a Virgin Money makeover.
There are no changes to your account information or login details, and you'll recognise the layout of the system once you click through. The only difference is that you will now sign in with the new Virgin Money Business Internet Banking service.
Here's to a life more Virgin.Continue to Virgin Money Business Internet Banking