Business Savings Account

Business 35 Day Notice Account – Earn 3.25% AER

Maximise your short-term savings potential with our 35 Day Notice savings account.
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Opening an account is easy. Here's what to expect:

FSCS Protection

All eligible deposits are protected up to £85,0002.

Simple set up

Easily open an account in minutes and manage your savings anytime, anywhere online.

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Controlled access

Enjoy a higher interest rate than an instant access account without locking your money away for a long time.

Key information about this account

Account name

Business 35 Day Notice Account – Issue 1

What is the interest rate?

Annual InterestMonthly Interest

Interest is calculated daily.

You can choose to have your interest paid monthly or annually:

  • If you choose to have your interest paid monthly, interest will be paid on the same date each month that you first paid money into your Account.
  • If you choose to have your interest paid annually, interest will be paid on the anniversary of the date you first paid money into your Account.

You can choose to have your interest paid into your Recognise Business 35 Day Notice Account or your Nominated UK Business Bank Account.

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Yes, the interest rate is variable.

We can vary the interest rate for any of the reasons that we set out in the product terms and conditions. For example:

  • If the Bank of England Official Base Rate changes
  • If there is a change in market conditions
  • If there is a change in regulation or legislation

Rest assured; we will always let you know of any planned changes to the interest rate as per the product terms and conditions.

  • Minimum: £1,000
  • Maximum for Limited Companies and LLPs: £250,000
  • Maximum for all other eligible businesses: £85,000

A notice account is a type of savings account which requires you to give a set period of notice before withdrawing funds. 

Notice periods can vary from several weeks to months.

Business depositors can withdraw money from this type of account after giving 35 days’ notice.

Notice savings accounts can benefit your business in several ways:

Unlike fixed term accounts, you can make deposits at any time and withdraw your funds by giving 35 days’ notice.

Generous interest rates
Committing to a notice account rather than an instant access allows banks to offer higher interest rates.

Opening and managing an account is easy with Recognise Bank. Simply apply online or call a member of our team for advice on how to get started.

  1. Click apply now
  2. Follow the onscreen instructions and provide us with some details about your business and existing UK account information.
  3. Make your first deposit within 14 days
  4. That’s it! Watch your business savings grow.
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The calculation assumes that:

  • Your initial deposit is paid into the account on the day it is opened.
  • It is not a leap year.
  • No further deposits or withdrawals are made during the 12 month period.
  • The interest rate does not vary during the 12 month period.

The calculation is for illustrative purposes only and does not consider your individual circumstances.

Cut-off times for deposit and withdrawal instructions refer to the latest time of day you can issue an instruction before it rolls over to the next day.

Recognise Bank’s cut-off time for withdrawals is 2pm. If you request a withdrawal before that time, we will action the request on the same day.

We will do it on the following business day if you request it after that time.

Please be aware you are required to make your initial deposit within 14 days of opening your account.

All our savings accounts are covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS). This means that, should anything happen to Recognise Bank, any eligible deposit of up to £85,000 will be protected.

Important information

Make sure you read our general terms and conditions, product terms and conditions and product summary before opening an account.

AER stands for annual equivalent rate and illustrates the interest rate if it was paid and compounded annually each year.

Gross is the interest rate payable before tax is deducted.

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Frequently asked questions

When you deposit money into a savings account, your bank will pay interest into your chosen account either monthly or annually.

The amount of much interest you earn depends on the type of savings account and in accordance with the terms and conditions.

Fixed interest rates – will not change for the duration of your account term and will not be affected by the Bank of England Base Rate.

Variable interest rates – the interest is not set and can go up and down, often influenced by the Bank of England Base Rate.

Interest is calculated on a 365 day year basis and in a leap year we add an extra day of interest on the 29 February, which is included in the next interest payment made to your account following that date.

Interest rates applicable to your respective Recognise business savings account type can be found within the Summary Box.


Our business savings accounts are protected up to a total of £85,000 per eligible deposit by the financial services compensation scheme (FSCS). For further details, please visit

If you’d like to withdraw money, you must provide 35 days’ notice. You can notify us by submitting a withdrawal request via ‘Manage my Account’ in our online banking platform.

For full instructions please read your product terms and conditions.

If you have any questions about your account, you can also contact us – we’re happy to help.

You are required to wait for the minimum notice period specified in your account’s terms to withdraw your funds.

Every notice request is treated separately and cannot be altered once issued. It will be paid out to your nominated UK business bank account after the notice period ends. To extend the notice period, a new request will have to be lodged, which will then adhere to the standard notice period.

No. Unfortunately, all our notice requests are irreversible. Your funds will be deposited into your nominated UK business bank account after the notice period has been completed.

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