Is Private Banking right for me?
We have a wide range of Private Banking and personal advice services to suit your needs. You’ll be supported by a dedicated Private Banking contact and will have access to a choice of accounts.
To apply for our Private Banking service, you’ll need to have: at least £250,000 in savings and/or investments with Lloyds Bank, and/or at least a £750,000 mortgage with Lloyds Bank.
Through our partnership with Schroders Personal Wealth we can provide you with access to experienced advisers to help you plan for the future and choose where to invest. Eligibility criteria applies.
Fees and charges
You'll pay fees and charges for the products and services that you choose. All have their own fees, charges and terms and conditions, which we’ll discuss with you.
There are no charges for the initial meeting to discuss your individual circumstances and objectives and provide you with information in relation to our range of services and products. There is no obligation to take any of our services or products.
What our advice will cost you
The different types of fees and charges you could pay include:
- Product charges - may apply for any product you choose and pay for the provider’s own costs.
- Charges for advice and commission - through our partnership with Schroders Personal Wealth we can provide you with access to experienced advisers to help you plan for the future and choose where to invest. They will tell you how much you have to pay in charges. And how much they get from us in commission.
To get advice from Schroders Personal Wealth, you’ll need to have: at least £100,000 in savings, investments and/or personal pension, and/or £100,000 of sole annual income.
There may be other fees and charges which aren't listed above. These will depend on your own needs and the products you choose. Fees and charges may also change from time to time. But we'll let you know which ones you have to pay.
Important Legal Information
Lloyds Bank plc. Registered office: 25 Gresham Street, London EC2V 7HN. Registered in England and Wales, no. 2065. Authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority under number 119278.