Contact Halifax Current Account For your convenience to contact Halifax Current Account We have provided all possible information of Halifax Current Account. You can on the given phone number 08457 20 30 40. To know the address location of Halifax Current Account it is also presented here Halifax, PO Box 548, Leeds, United States LS1 1WU. Contact them by sending email to Halifax Current Account you will find an email address here firstname.lastname@example.org. To know more about Halifax Current Account, go to their website www.halifax.co.uk and collect all possible information from there. You can contact them from their website also.
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Halifax Current Account refers to a type of account in Halifax, which is the leading bank in the United Kingdom. The bank provides the various facilities to the customers such as Bank Accounts, Investments, Savings, Travel Money, Mortgages, Share Dealing, Credit Cards, Online Banking, Personal Loans, etc. The bank is the financial institution chain in the country and an aspect of Bank of Scotland and is a completely possessed by part of Lloyds Banking Group. The bank is country's biggest provider of home loans and savings accounts facilities. It is titled after the town of Halifax, where it was started as a building society in 1853 by the eight intelligent people of Halifax. The product line of the bank mainly consists of financial services. Earlier it was known as the Halifax Building Society, but later the name was changed to only Halifax Plc., in the year 1997.
In the year 1913, the company was regarded as the United Kingdom's largest building society. The company combined with the Halifax Equitable Building Society in the year 1928 and the name of the company was changed. The new name after the merger was Halifax Building Society. It had become a constituent of FTSE 100 Index and also a public Limited
company in 1997. It was in the year 2001 that the company combined with the Bank of Scotland. Later in the year 2006, the liabilities and assets of Halifax chain were handed over to the Bank of Scotland by the HBOS
Reorganization Act 2006 and Halifax became a Bank of Scotland's division. On 19th of January, 2009, the Bank of Scotland along with Halifax was overtaken by Lloyds Banking Group.