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Skipton International claims another "exceptional year"

Skipton International claims another

Tuesday 26 March 2024

Skipton International claims another "exceptional year"

Tuesday 26 March 2024

Skipton International has announced its latest results, which it has described as "strong" with profits of £47.3 million before tax for 2023, an 18.4% increase on 2022.

During 2023, customers rated the service they received (via independent review platform Feefo) as 4.7/5 stars, says Skipton.

"This is another strong performance which reflects our continuing growth," said Skipton International Chief Executive Officer, Jim Coupe.

"Our business model, which includes both local and UK Buy-To-Let mortgages, plus savings accounts, is well tested, successful, and robust. We pride ourselves in our personal approach to customer service and have held the Feefo Platinum award for three consecutive years.

”One exciting achievement was the announcement by the respected independent organisation ‘Moneyfacts’ that Skipton International had won its third consecutive award for being ‘Best Offshore Account Provider of the Year’ as voted for by our customers. Testament, indeed, that we have got it right by offering the right products and serving our customers as they wish.”

In 2023 the bank also added a further £70,000 to the Skipton Community Fund helping more good causes across the Channel Islands, in addition to major sponsorships of the Skipton Swimarathon and Skipton Boxing Day Dip in Guernsey, and Skipton Big Ideas and Jersey Special Gymnastics Club in Jersey.

Skipton International is a wholly owned subsidiary of Skipton Building Society, and part of the Skipton Group, which includes Skipton Building Society, and the UK’s largest estate agency, Connells.


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