Standing orders

Set them up easily yourself

You can easily set up a standing order yourself. That’s useful if you need to transfer the same amount every month, for your rent, for instance, or for savings or your child’s pocket money.

A standing order is not the same as a direct debit. With a direct debit, you are automatically authorising a company to debit your current account, for things like your monthly energy bill or a subscription.

What do you want to do?

Set up a standing order

You can easily set up a standing order using Internet Banking or the Mobile Banking app. That’s easy and convenient!

Tip: make a note of the standing order end date in your diary, as we will not remind you of this.

Change a standing order

Click 'Transactions' on Internet Banking, then select 'Scheduled and standing'. It's also easy to change a standing order in the Mobile Banking app. You can do so up until 1 day before the transfer date.

Cancel a standing order

Click 'Transactions' on Internet Banking, then select 'Scheduled and standing'. It's also easy to cancel a standing order in the Mobile Banking app. You can do so up until 1 day before the transfer date.

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Forgotten to cancel a standing order

If you have forgotten to cancel a standing order, simply contact the person or company who received the payments and ask them to transfer the money back to you. We cannot get the money back on your behalf

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