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If you’re thinking of coming to the UK or have already moved here, welcome! There will be lots of things for you to arrange before and after you arrive whether it’s related to your work, where you’re going to live, or even how you will communicate with friends and family back at home once you have settled.
Close to all of those things will be your need for a bank current account to effectively manage your money whilst in the UK and this article aims to help you understand some things about the UK banking system that will hopefully make your move easier. I also hope to help you think about the other facilities you might require from your bank to make your new life in the UK run more smoothly.
In order to manage many aspects of your life such as receive payment from an employer, budget your finances or pay regular bills, it will help if you have a suitable bank account. You may find that banking in the UK is quite different from the way you bank in your home country. It’s helpful to understand some of the key differences so you can manage your money most efficiently. In particular:
Lloyds TSB / Expatica
For more information contact:
Cliff Govender, National Manager, Lloyds TSB International, London, UK
Quoting reference: GM 317674
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