Working in the UK
As one of the world’s largest economies, the UK offers a wealth of commercial opportunities.
The UK has one of the world’s largest economies and is noted for welcoming talent from abroad. Alongside London’s world leadership in financial services, the UK also has a major presence in pharmaceuticals and information technology, with businesses based around the UK.
If you want to join the UK's vibrant resident non domiciled community and get the best from the opportunities available, you first have to establish your right to work in the UK.
Non EU & EEA citizens working in the UK
If you are from outside the EU or EEA, it is likely you will need a visa to work in the UK. The UK visa subject to a points-based immigration system. That means there are only so many people with a particular skill-set allowed to come to work in the UK.
So, you could be prevented from working in the UK if you do not fit into the right category. Before you make definite plans, check with the British embassy or a local consulate in your home country.
US citizens working in the UK
With the long-standing relationship between the UK and USA, it may come as a surprise to know that US citizens require a visa to work in the UK. If you are a US citizen, you will also have to go through the points based system.
Non-resident banking services and accounts for individuals working in the UK
Planning ahead will help you make the most of your time living and working in the UK. So alongside a visa, having an international bank account ready to use from the moment you arrive will let you get down to business quickly.
That is why we make it as easy as possible for you to open a bank account before you arrive. You won’t need to worry about whether you have an established financial footprint in the UK, something many other UK banks may require before they’ll let you set up an account.
Moving to the UK?
Let us help with your finances, by calling +44 (0)1624 684316*
International Banking is available to you if you have £25,000 (or currency equivalent) to deposit and maintain across your accounts.
To open an International Bank Account:
Moving to the UK?
Let us help with your finances, by calling
International Banking is available to you if you have £25,000 (or currency equivalent) to deposit and maintain across your accounts. To open an International Bank Account: