Business Banking and Open Banking

Great deals and automatic feeds to your Crunch account

    Open Banking with Crunch

    For simple, efficient and secure management of your business finances, we have Open Banking feeds available from the most popular banks, as well as free direct bank feeds from two of our banking partners, Metro Bank and Cater Allen.

    Read our Open Banking article to find out more about our Crunch Open Banking service. If you visit your the Accounts & Cards page of your banking section in your Crunch software, you’ll be able to see whether there is a bank feed available, and activate it. Your client managers will be able to help if you have any issues.

    Secure Bank Feeds for Metro Bank or Cater Allen clients
    If you bank with Metro Bank or Cater Allen, you can login to your Crunch software and go to the Accounts & Cards page of the banking section to activate your free bank feed and start benefiting from this easy-to-use feature.
    Don't worry if you're not with one of our banking partners – you'll still be able to upload your statements into your Crunch account manually. We'll guide you through the process from start to finish.

    Special offers on business banking from Crunch

    • Tide

      Get prioritised on-boarding as a Crunch client! Sign up in as little as ten minutes, with one year of free transfers to all Crunch clients who become a Tide member.

    • Metro Bank

      For Crunch clients, switching to Metro Bank is simple and effortless! Get free cash withdrawals, up to 200 free bank transactions every month, and a free automatic bank feed.

    • Barclays

      Barclays offer a range of painless business banking services for any new business - free for the first 12 months for Crunch clients. There are currently delays in opening new business accounts through Barclays if you're not already an existing Barclays personal banking client - find out more.

    Get the right Business Bank Account

    If you’re running a business, you really need to open a separate business bank account for your business transactions so you don’t get them muddled up with your personal ones.

    Although it's not strictly a legal requirement, it's sensible advice whether you’re a freelancer picking up the odd gig, or the owner of a growing limited company with a team of employees.

    You can read more on why it’s a good idea to have a seperate business bank account in our Knowledge article: Opening a Business Bank Account - How and Why You Should Do It.