A good way to bank

As a modern mutual we should be modern in everything we do. So, we’re updating our logo and how we look. But not what makes us different.

Unlike banks, we're not owned by shareholders. We’re owned by our members. Which means we always focus on what’s best for them.

What membership means

Our aim is to provide our members with the best value in banking. Find out more about membership and the benefits of being with Nationwide.

What's changing

From branches to cards; letters to our Banking app. Learn more about what to expect from our new look.

Unlike the big banks, we’re not closing our branches

We know face-to-face banking matters. So we've renewed our Branch Promise.

This means that if we have a branch in your town or city, we’ll still be there until at least 2026.

Big banks: Lloyds, Bank of Scotland/Halifax, Natwest, Barclays, Santander & HSBC. Source: link.co.uk/initiatives/bank-branch-closures/ Definition of town or city derived from the Ordnance Survey and Royal Mail.

Switch to us and save

Get a £200 reward for switching your banking to us. And get access to our Flex Regular Saver, paying our highest rate of interest where you can pay in up to £200 a month.

Get £200 when you switch to Nationwide

For a limited time, you could get £200 when you switch your banking to Nationwide.

This offer only applies to our FlexPlus, FlexDirect and FlexAccount adult current accounts. Terms and conditions apply.

Our Flex Regular Saver pays up to 8% AER/gross a year variable

If you have a current account with us, you can access our best available savings rate and pay in up to £200 a month for 12 months.Terms and conditions apply.

Our history

We first opened our doors in 1884. And since then we've always focused on what's best for our members. Find out more about our journey to becoming a modern mutual.