High Savings Rate

Market-leading savings rate of 4.5% AER – higher than most high street banks

Ethical Savings

Money Saved with Clockwise helps support the financially excluded and various local organisations

Keep Money Local

Clockwise Credit Union is only open to people in the local communities of Leicester, Leicestershire, Rutland, Northamptonshire, Coventry and Warwickshire

The Clockwise Cash ISA gives you 4.5% interest & helps you make the most of your tax fee allowance

Save up to £20,000 in the current tax year and/or transfer in ISA allowances from previous tax years. You can also now save upto £85,000 across your Clockwise savings (up from £65,000 previously)

You can deposit into an existing ISA via the Clockwise App, Online, by phone or in branch. 

Why Save with Clockwise?

By saving with us, you not only get a financial return, you also know your money is contributing to positive change in your local community

High Savings Rate – our ISA has a market-leading savings rate of 4.5% AER

Ethical Savings – Money Saved with Clockwise helps support the financially excluded and various local organisations

Keep Money Local – Clockwise Credit Union is only open to people in the local communities of Leicester, Leicestershire, Rutland, Northamptonshire, Coventry and Warwickshire

To transfer your ISA to Clockwise please follow these steps:

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Your Money Matters

By saving with us, you not only get a financial return, you also know your money is contributing to positive change in your local community.

Community Grant Scheme Leicester
Community Grant Scheme

When you save or borrow with Clockwise your money is invested back into the community. Clockwise operates a Community Grant Scheme that awards local groups and individuals grants for a whole range of items that ultimately benefit the community the group/individual works to serve.

Clockwise Social Impact

The Social Return on Investment (SROI) approach is a technique widely used to assess the impact an organisation has on the community it serves.

The survey confirmed that among our borrowing members, financial exclusion was the biggest obstacle faced.

Supporting the Financially Excluded 

A Credit Union is a financial cooperative owned and controlled by its members. Much like a High Street bank, Credit Unions can provide savings, loans and a range of services to their members. Unlike a bank, Credit Unions do not have to answer to shareholders or investors. So the emphasis is always on providing the best service to members – not maximising profits.