News & Guides

Shawbrook Bank is an innovative business, and we’re refining and introducing new products all the time. You’ll find all our latest news here, together with a number of helpful guides to financial matters.

Car Spanner Ratchet

Is your vehicle still roadworthy?

The lockdown has left millions of cars sitting idle on driveways or in garages for much of the past few months. With the Government starting to ease restrictions, the temptation after weeks at home may be to jump in the car and hit the open road. However, there are a few things you should do first.

Wedding dilemmas: deciding what to do about your big day

The outbreak of Covid-19 has created many headaches and potential challenges for people planning on getting married. We spoke to Rianna Elizabeth, a London-based wedding planner, who gives her advice on what to do if you have had to rearrange or want to start planning your wedding.

DIY season: should I still go ahead with my home improvements?

Spring can be a great time to get stuck into all of those DIY and home maintenance jobs we have been putting off all winter, particularly now, when we’re spending more time in our homes.

Spring cleaning your finances

Spring is a good time to reflect and re-energise your finances. Here you can find a number of ways to do just that, as we continue on our journey through 2020...
Wedding To Do

Secrets of a wedding planner: 12 tips and tricks for planning your big day

Wedding planner Rianna Elizabeth has been in the industry for the past decade and has experience organising lavish weddings in Florence and Paris through to smaller, intimate affairs in London. Here you can read her top tips and tricks for planning the perfect wedding.
Man Dog

Confessions of a car salesman

10 of the most important things to know before buying a new or used car.
Wedding Vows

Be careful something borrowed doesn’t make you blue

With the average cost of getting married on the rise, our research found that married couples typically underestimate the cost of tying the knot. By breaking with tradition, savvy couples are finding ways to cut costs and prioritise their spending.