Savings Accounts

Every pound saved with Oxbury goes to support British farm businesses

Any individual or farm business can open an Oxbury savings account. We offer competitive interest rates that help you maximise your savings while backing British farmers and the future of British agriculture.

Our Savings Accounts

“I personally think that if you are going to make a decision on where to put your money and where to earn a return on your savings, if … the difference in the return, between bank A and bank B or building society C is relatively minimal, then you should think about where the money is going … and I think supporting British farmers is an excellent idea. It’s pretty hard be a farmer, it’s pretty hard to get into farming and in particular very hard to buy land … you need someone who understands the finances of farming … you need someone who understands how lending you a sizeable sum … how that will play out and the nuances of that; so if it comes down to the difference of making an extra £25 difference on your savings, then why not give your money to someone supporting that kind of thing.” Simon Lambert, Editor, This is Money, MailOnline

Opening and managing your account

To open and fund your savings account you will need to apply from a desktop, laptop or tablet device.

Once you have applied for your account you will then need a smartphone to use our iOS or Android App to access the Oxbury Online Banking platform which makes managing your account both incredibly easy and highly secure.

The minimum device requirements are for iPhones running iOS 12.1. or above or Android devices running Android 7 (Nougat) or above.

Confirmation of payee

When transferring money to Oxbury your Linked Account provider will run a 'Confirmation of Payee' check against these new account details. It is normal for these checks not to recognise your new account but please be assured your account is open and secure and ready for receipt of funds.

How your savings are protected

As a UK regulated bank, your savings are protected by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS), the UK’s deposit guarantee scheme, up to £85,000 per person.