History of Sainsbury bank
Sainsbury's Bank opened for business on 19 February 1997. A joint venture between J Sainsbury plc and Bank of Scotland, Sainsbury's Bank was the first Supermarket Bank in the UK.
This ground-breaking venture has attracted over 1.25 million customers with deposits in excess £1.6 billion and advances, including undrawn commitments, of £1.5 billion. Regardless of whether you are looking for an outstanding return on your savings or competitive rates on a mortgage or personal loan, Sainsbury's Bank has always offered some of the most attractive rates around.
Sainsbury's Bank continues to lead the field in the research and delivery of new products to meet the needs of our customers. Our current product range includes:
Instant Access Savings Account, Direct Saver Account, Fixed and Step Rate Bonds, Direct ISA, Personal Loans, Sainsbury's Bank Drive, VISA credit card, Options Mortgage, Fixed, Variable and Discounted Mortgages, Buy-t...