Useful Forms and Information

Useful Forms - Existing Customer

Useful information

  • Mandate - Levels of Permission

    The mandate holder is the person who has been given the authorisation by the account holder. Mandate Types.

    Mandate Level of Permission
    Separate mandate This gives permission to view information, lodge and withdraw funds from the account, without authority from any other person registered on the account in the bank’s records.
    "A" mandate This gives permission to view information about the accounts, lodge and withdraw funds with the joint agreement from any other person registered on the account in the bank’s records.
    "B" mandate This gives permission to view information about the accounts, lodge and withdraw funds with the joint agreement from any other person registered on the account in the bank’s records provided they have not also a B level of permission.
    "C" mandate This gives permission to view information about the accounts, lodge and withdraw funds with the joint agreement from any other person registered on the account in the bank’s records provided they have not also a C level of permission.
    Enquiry This gives permission to view information about the accounts and make enquiries relating to lodgements and withdrawals on the account, without authority from any other person registered on the account in the bank’s records.

    Examples of how the levels of mandates can be applied to your business

    (This is for illustrative purposes only)

     

    Examples of how levels of mandates can apply to your business

  • How we take instruction from you and your business

    For the following scenarios

    1. Opening a bank account or an additional account
    2. Closing a bank account
    3. Request amendments such as :
      • Adding or Removing mandate holders
      • Setting Up, Amending or Deleting Business eBanking arrangements
      • Adding or Removing a card holder
    Business Set-up Who needs to sign
    Sole Trader Owner
    Partnership

    All Partners
    or

    If the partnership is a large professional firm e.g. accountants, solicitors etc. then you may accept the signature of two partners duly authorised to sign on behalf of the partnership pursuant to a resolution passed at a meeting of the partners and a certified copy of the resolution should be produced

    Limited Liability Partnership Two Members of the Limited Liability Partnership
    Limited Company
    1. Two Directors, or
    2. One Director and the Company Secretary, or
    3. sole director companies – if the company has only one director and its Articles of Association permit the sole director to act or the company is incorporated under the Companies Act 2006 and has adopted the Model Articles without amendment then the signature of the sole director is sufficient Companies house details must reflect the above
    Club, Society or Association Signed by officers of the managing committee e.g. Treasurer and Secretary of the Club, in accordance with the authority conferred on them.
    Church Signed by the two Office Bearers (eg. Clergyman, Secretary or Treasurer) or by two other authorised signatories
    Trust Signed by the Trustees in accordance with the authority conferred within the governing Trust Deed.