Aldermore Bank was launched back in 2009 and floated on the London Stock Exchange in 2015. It is a constituent of the FTSE 250 Index.
It offers savings and mortgage products to consumers, as well as loans to businesses. It doesn’t do personal loans, and doesn’t offer a current account.
It has had a rapid rise to prominence since its launch. It has relatively good customer satisfaction ratings compared to its peers. Despite this, it fails to qualify for one a Fairer Finance Ribbon.
However, it’s still a bank worth considering. But make sure that it is also offering competitive savings rates when you’re looking at opening a new account.
As well as easy access savings accounts and fixed term bonds, it provides ISA products and mortgages too.