Banking Rates and fees
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.
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, 105KB]
- Private Bank tariff guide: Barclays Bank Ireland PLC [PDF, 57KB]
Download the current interest rates for our accounts available to new and existing applicants.
- For Clients of Barclays Bank PLC [PDF, 422KB]
- For Clients of Barclays Bank Ireland PLC [PDF, 265KB]1
- For Clients of Barclays Bank PLC (in Isle of Man) [PDF, 240KB]
- For Clients of Barclays Bank PLC (in Jersey) [PDF, 175KB]
- For Clients of Barclays Bank PLC (Monaco Branch) [PDF, 43KB]
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, 45KB]
Overseas Delivery Charges
Barclays Overseas Delivery Charges [PDF, 64KB]
Arranged overdrafts are available with these accounts:
Barclays Bank PLC, London:
- Private Bank Account
To arrange an overdraft please speak to your Private Banker, who will explain the charges that apply to your account.
Giving you the rate at which we charge for unarranged overdrafts does not mean we are offering you an overdraft in any form.
For information on applicable fees please refer to Private Bank tariff guide: Barclays Bank PLC [PDF, 140KB]
There is no charge for unarranged borrowing on current accounts.
Arranged overdrafts are not available in these currencies: Bulgarian lev; Czech koruna; Danish krone; Estonian kroon; Hungarian forint; Icelandic krona; Latvian lats; Lithuanian litas; Norwegian krone; Polish zloty; Romanian leu; or Swedish krona.
If you need more information about overdrafts, please speak to your Private Banker.