Banks supported by Provestor

With Provestor, your bank transactions feeds directly in to our app, saving you time and making bookkeeping effortless. Here's a list of the banks we have direct feeds from.

Your bookkeeping will be significantly quicker if you bank with one of these banks, using a dedicated bank account for your property transactions. It's OK if your mortgage is elsewhere.

This list of supported banks only applies to our Advisory packages. To find out which banks are supported in our £14.99/£24.99 Tax Software, click here

Supported banks

  • Starling

  • Barclays

  • Santander

  • Zempler Bank (formerly Cashplus)

  • CaterAllen

  • NatWest

  • RBS

  • Tide (current accounts only)

  • Revolut

  • TSB

  • First Direct

  • Bank of Scotland (business accounts)

  • Lloyds (personal accounts)

Banks in beta testing

It's also possible to connect to these banks, however they might not be as reliable. We're working hard to get these working as well as you'd expect, however the majority of the time it's down to issues with the bank themselves.

  • HSBC

  • Lloyds (business accounts)

  • Monzo

  • Nationwide

  • MBNA

  • BarclayCard

  • Virgin Money

  • Wise

  • Ulster Bank

  • Capital One

  • Mettle

  • Co-operative Bank

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