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OneSavings Bank

OneSavings Bank Plc trading as Kent Reliance Banking Services
Type Public Limited Company
Industry Financial services
Founded 2011

Chatham, Kent,

United Kingdom
Parent Kent Reliance Provident Society (59.9% share)

OneSavings Bank Plc is a British banking company that has been formed by Kent Reliance Building Society and JC Flowers.[1] OneSavings Bank Group operates through its brands Kent Reliance,[2] InterBay Commercial, Reliance Property Loans, and Prestige Finance.

Banking Services

On 1 February 2011, and following a substantial capital investment by JC Flowers and Co, Kent Reliance Building Society was transferred to a new financial entity, OneSavings Bank and was renamed OneSavings Bank plc. The transfer was approved by the members of the society in November 2010.[3]

One Savings Bank Group is now a specialist UK lender offering a broad range of products to UK SMEs and consumers. This range includes Savings Accounts,[4] Residential and Buy to Let Mortgages,[5] Secured Loans, Insurance, Investments and Development Finance.


  1. ^ "RNS Announcement". 
  2. ^ " About Us". 
  3. ^ "Kent Reliance to transfer funds to OneSavings". 
  4. ^ "Kent Reliance savings products". 
  5. ^ "Kent Reliance mortgage products". 

Further reading

  • Kent Reliance's £50m deal to form OneSavings bank - but no windfalls - This is Money
  • Kent Reliance boss Mike Lazenby steps down after takeover - Telegraph

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