When will I receive my withdrawn funds?
Easy Access Accounts & ISA accounts
It takes a working day for funds to reach your account, so if you make your request on a Wednesday, the funds will be with you by midnight on Thursday.
Our payment process halts at the weekends and on public holidays, so payments can take longer.
- Cut-off times for eSavings
You'll need to request a withdrawal by 9.30pm on a working day in order for your funds to reach you the next working day.
- Cut-off times for phone and secure message requests
You'll need to request a withdrawal by 2.30pm on a working day in order for your funds to reach you the next working day.
- Requests made at the weekend
If you make a withdrawal request after the cut-off point on Friday, or at any point on a Saturday or Sunday, you will receive your funds by midnight on Tuesday. If there's bank holiday, this will add an extra day to the process.
When you request a withdrawal of funds from your notice account, you will be told which date the notice expires on, in advance. You'll typically receive your funds the next working day after this date.
Fixed Term Accounts
Before expiry of your fixed term we will write to you to let you know the Shawbrook Savings options available for your maturing funds which will include withdrawing the funds out of the bank.