We're part of the Aldermore Group, which includes Aldermore Bank plc and MotoNovo Finance Limited. Aldermore offers a range of specialist mortgages, savings accounts and business finance solutions.

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Aldermore Bank is an award-winning specialist lender that likes to do things differently.

Aldermore offers a range of mortgages supporting those who need more individual lending. So if you’re a landlord, are self-employed, have a low deposit, blips in your credit history or need help getting on to the property ladder, Aldermore will look for a way to say ‘yes’. Their underwriters take the time to understand your personal circumstances when making lending decisions, and will do everything they can to make the process as smooth as possible for you.

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Aldermore Bank has a range of award-winning savings accounts that can help you grow your personal or business savings pot. It offers effortlessly great returns and service, without introductory offers or gimmicks. Let’s get saving.

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Business Finance

Aldermore Bank has a range of specialist finance solutions designed to give businesses flexible ways to meet the needs of their growing business today, and into the future. Aldermore’s range of finance options covers invoice and asset finance, commercial mortgages and property development to support businesses through each stage of growth.

  • Asset Finance
  • Invoice Finance
  • Commercial Mortgages
  • Property Development
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Aldermore Bank PLC is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority. (Financial Services Register number: 204503). Registered Office: Apex Plaza, Forbury Road, Reading, RG1 1AX. Registered in England. Company No. 947662. Invoice Finance, Commercial Mortgages, Property Development, Buy to let mortgages are not regulated by the FCA or PRA.  Some Asset Finance contracts are not regulated. Consumer buy to let mortgages are regulated by the Mortgage Credit Directive Order 2015.  

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