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Set up a standing order

Find out how to set a standing order from your business accounts.

Standing orders are a way of making fixed payments to a person or business at regular intervals, you control the amount, as well as when and how often it’s paid.

I’m registered for Online for Business

  1. Log onto Online for Business.
  2. Select Payments and transfers next to the account the standing order will be paid from.
  3. Choose who to pay, then enter the amount and reference.
  4. Tick the ‘Repeat Payment (make this a standing order)’ box.
  5. You’ll now see some additional fields. Select when payment should start, how often it should be made and how long it should continue.

You’ll be able to view, change or delete your standing orders at any time in Online for Business.

I’m not registered for Online for Business

To get you to the right form we just need a bit of information from you.

Based on your answers, here’s how to set up a standing order:

Complete the form below

To set up a standing order complete and print the form below. Sign it in line with your bank mandate, send it to the address provided in the form. 

How to access this form:

If you can’t open the form in the browser, you can save and open it in Adobe PDF reader:

  1. Use the link below and select 'Save as'
  2. Select where you’d like to save the file, for example in your downloads folder
  3. Open the folder where you saved the file and look for ‘10102_lloyds
  4. Right-click the file and open with ‘Adobe PDF reader.

Based on your answers, here’s how to set up a standing order:

Complete the form below

To set up a standing order complete and print the form below. Sign it in line with your bank mandate, send it to the address provided in the form. 

How to access this form:

If you can’t open the form in the browser, you can save and open it in Adobe PDF reader:

  1. Use the link below and select 'Save as'
  2. Select where you’d like to save the file, for example in your downloads folder
  3. Open the folder where you saved the file and look for ‘10102_MC_CIC
  4. Right-click the file and open with ‘Adobe PDF reader.
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