• Professional services

    At Bank of Scotland we work with you to create a commercial banking package that is unique to your business.

    • Our specialist managers are trained in the Practice Management Standard and accredited by the Law Society of Scotland.  They understand the needs of your profession.
    • We will provide you with access to Relationship Managers and support staff trained in the Accounts Rules.
    • Our range of flexible products and services can be tailored to meet both your individual needs and those of your practice.
  • Moving your account to us

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    Our dedicated switching team will take care of everything. Once you have an open and active account with us,there are two services available to take the hassle out of switching banks.

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    Loans and finance

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    Whether you’re looking to finance investment, update equipment or even buy a retiring partner out, our range of lending options could help.

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    Clients' Call Account

    Personal account

    The flexible, instant access account for Solicitors who regularly hold clients’ money.

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    Designated Client Account


    The account for Solicitors and law firms who need to keep individual clients' funds in separate accounts.

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    Specialist Client Money Service


    A bespoke service that's specifically designed to give firms like yours the banking support you need to manage your clients' deposits.

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    Get in touch


    Our specialist Relationship Managers are trained in your profession. See how our expertise can support yours.

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    Fraud Guidance


    View our handy tips and videos on how to protect your business from fraud.

    Visit our Fraud Guidance web page

    Supporting Sector Wellbeing

    LawCare supports and promotes good mental health and wellbeing in the legal community. Their support includes a free and confidential helpline. A range of educational materials, blogs and case studies are available on the website.

  • Any property given as security, which may include your home, may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage or other debts secured on it.