Banking Rates and fees
Our tariffs, interest rates and other fees for private bank products and services
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For accounts held with Barclays Bank PLC and Barclays Bank Ireland PLC:
- Private Bank tariff guide: Barclays Bank PLC [PDF, 95KB]
- Private Bank tariff guide: Barclays Bank Ireland PLC [PDF, 662KB]
- Fee Information Document for the Private Bank Account [PDF, 622KB]
- Fee Information Document for the Private Bank Account (currency) [PDF, 271KB]
Download the current interest rates for our accounts available to new and existing applicants:
- For Clients of Barclays Bank PLC [PDF, 211KB]
- For Clients of Barclays Bank Ireland PLC [PDF, 214KB]
- For Clients of Barclays Bank PLC (Monaco Branch) [PDF, 190KB]
View our current Barclays Bank Base Rates for overdrafts and loans:
View our external reference rates for overdrafts and loans.
Mortgage tariff guide [PDF, 208KB]
Standard Variable Rate [PDF, 38KB]
Overseas Delivery Charges Tariff Guides
- Barclays Overseas Delivery Charges [PDF, 1.3MB]
- Overseas Delivery Charges for Barclays Bank Ireland PLC clients will apply from 29 March 2021 [PDF, 1.3MB]
Debit Card Foreign Exchange Charges
Debit Card transactions in a currency other than GBP incur a 2.99% non-Sterling transaction fee (excluding EUR/USD Travel Wallet transactions).
For more details on our FX debit card charges, including a table showing our exchange rates for certain currencies compared to the rate published by the European Central Bank (ECB), please visit barclays.co.uk/travel/using-debit-card-abroad/. Please note this link brings you to our Barclays UK website (and away from this current site) which offers different products which you may not be eligible for and links which may not be applicable. Please also note for all regulatory information and protections please only refer to the Important Information page on this current website.
Remember that all investments carry risk. Investments can fall in value and you could get back less than you invested. Investments in currencies other than your own may rise or fall because of changes in exchange rates.