Oxbury Bank

General Information


Oxbury is a specialist agricultural bank which only lends money to UK farms and the agricultural sector.

Banking Licence

Oxbury have their own banking licence which isn’t shared with any other banks

Registration Numbers

Companies House Number: 11383418
Financial Conduct Authority: 834822

Based: Chester

Date Launched: February 2021

FSCS Protected? Yes

Branches: Oxbury does not have any branches

People of Interest

Head of Savings

Damian Trussler

Chief Executive

James Farrar

Saving Information

No. of Savers


Amount of Deposits


Loan Book


Account Opening and Management

How Do I Open a Savings Account


How Do I Manage a Savings Account

Internet, Mobile App


Lending Activities

Oxbury lends to UK farms and the agricultural sector.  It has two types of lending activities:

1) Providing fixed term farm loans from six months to 25 years for sums from £25,000 to £5m

2) Oxbury Farm Credit - a unique product which helps finance farmers cashflow and supplier payments via an input finance facility


Savings Guru Verdict

Oxbury have launched with a very competitive range of savings products for both personal savers and farm customers, with more products likely to be launched during 2021.  The online application is easy to complete and the use of smartphone technology to access savings accounts adds an additional layer of security which many savers will welcome. 

Oxbury don't publish a telephone number, enabling savers to contact their savings team, which is a feature of some new entrants which we are not fans of.

Contact Information for Oxbury Bank

Contact Details

Address: One City Place, Queens Road, Chester.  CH1 3BQ

Telephone: Oxbury do not publish their telephone number, which we think is incredibly poor, but they are contactable on 01244 735002

Website: www.oxbury.com

Email: savings@oxbury.com

Open: Monday to Friday, 9am – 5.30pm

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