Can we bank on the banks?

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Please see below information about a banking survey being run by the UK banking stakeholder group, aimed at gaining further insight and data on the banking problems being experienced by the sector. Please share with your networks.


Can we bank on the banks? Voluntary sector banking challenges survey 2024

Since 2022, the Civil Society Group and partners have been working to improve bank account services for charities and voluntary organisations across the UK. This survey will help us understand the challenges the sector is facing so that we can advocate on your behalf to the respective charity regulators, government, and the banking sector.

Who the survey is for

This survey is for anyone with responsibility for managing a voluntary organisation’s banking activities. To complete it, you will need to be very familiar with the day-to-day management of your organisation’s bank account(s).

How to complete the survey

We would be very grateful if you could complete this survey by 12pm on Wednesday 15th May.

We recommend looking over the survey and gathering the information you will need before sitting down to complete it. With all of the relevant information to hand, it should take you about 10-15 minutes to complete. The survey will need to be completed in one sitting – you cannot save it and return to finish it later.

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