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Kent Reliance has been providing financial services since the 1840s. It now offers a range of savings products, including ISAs and bonds, as well as mortgages.

Kent Reliance describes itself as a national bank with a local feel. Find out what customers have to say about their experiences by reading our Kent Reliance reviews. Genuine reviews can give you valuable insight into the provider and the way it treats its customers. We have reviews for each of the company’s products to help you make an informed financial decision.

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Who owns Kent Reliance?

As of 2011, Kent Reliance is owned by One Savings Bank plc.

Is Kent Reliance safe?

Kent Reliance is owned by One Savings Bank plc, which is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. It is therefore covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS), which protects eligible deposits up to £85,000. Because the limit applies per authorised firm, if you had an account with another One Savings Bank plc brand, you’d only be protected for up to £85,000 in total across both accounts.

Is Kent Reliance a building society?

Kent Reliance did begin as a building society, however, it was granted a banking licence in 2011 by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) in 2011, after being bought by One Savings Bank plc.

How can I contact Kent Reliance?

Kent Reliance has options for you to contact via phone, email, post, or by visiting a branch in person. Find the best method for your needs here:
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