NatWest Business Banking | Making payments

Please bear in mind that working days are Monday to Friday, excluding weekends and bank holidays. Your payment date is shown on page 1 of your statement. 

 

 Payment method Time to allow How

At NatWest branches

Allow 2 hrs for cash/NatWest debit card payments and 4 working days for cheques (e.g. funds available Friday if paid in on Monday). 

• Complete the bank giro credit slip and take it with your payment and statement.

• The branch will stamp your statement, please keep this for your records.

• Cheques should be payable to NatWest.

• Please write the account number (as found on the bank giro credit slip) after NatWest on the payee line.

Online/telephone banking and Standing Orders*

For ‘Faster Payments’qualifying transactions, 2 hours.
For other electronic payments two working days

• NatWest bank account customers can register for Online banking or Telephone banking
• To make an Online or Telephone banking payment or set up a Standing Order please use the sort code and account number given in the table below. In the reference field you'll need to quote either:
• your 16 digit company number (available on your statement) the 16 digit card number - if you want to free up credit on an individual card.
• Please remember to cancel your Standing Order if there is no outstanding balance on your card account.
 

By post (payments by cheque)

Using 1st class post, allow 7 working days before payment date on your statement

• Cheques should be payable to NatWest
• Please write the account number (as found on the bank giro credit slip) after NatWest on the payee line
• Post cheque and completed bank giro credit slip to NatWest, Commercial Division, Milton Keynes MK77 1SE
• Cheques should not be post dated. If payment is received using a post dated cheque we accept no responsibility for cases of lost interest or charges incurred.

Payment at other banks by cheque (some banks may charge for this)

Allow 4 working days for cheques (e.g. funds available Friday if paid in on Monday)

• Complete the bank giro credit slip and take it with your cheque and statement
• Cheques should be payable to NatWest
• Please write the account number (as found on the bank giro credit slip) after NatWest on the payee line.

*We are not responsible for other financial institutions’ timescales when you make a payment from an account held with another bank.
 

Payee sort codes and account numbers

To make an Online, telephone banking, or standing order payment to your account, use the payee sort codes and account numbers below. Please select based on the first six digits of your card number.

Quote in the reference field either your 16 digit company number (available on your statement) or if you wish to free up credit on an individual card quote the 16 digit card number.
 

 

 Card number starts Sort code Account number

427300

621970

00000000

556951

621970

00000000

547367

621970

00000000

445958

621970

00000000

471505

621970

00000000

Please note: you cannot use the above details to make a CHAPS payment.
 

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