Putting you at the heart of all we do
When we opened our doors in 1841, we made a commitment to create brighter financial futures for our customers and members.
One of the ways we do this is through our mutual status. As a proud mutual, we're owned by our members. It's an integral part of who we are and how we operate. We don't have shareholders to consider, meaning we can invest more time and money into you.
We thrive by staying true to the needs of the people who matter most - our members, our customers and colleagues, as well as the communities in which we live and work.
The mutual difference
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£2.5m in discounts
Investing in our customers
The money we save by not having shareholders allows us to give back to our customers, members, and their communities. We offer a range of discounts for Wesleyan members as well as potential mutual bonus payouts for customers that invest in our With Profits Fund. You can even have a say in how we run our business, and shape the future of our financial services offering.
When you invest in Wesleyan, you can be sure that we'll also invest in you. Below you can explore what it means to be a mutual, and see how you can share in our success.
Becoming a Wesleyan member
What makes a Wesleyan member?
Benefits of being a member
Creating brighter futures
We're committed to creating brighter futures for all, not just our customers. The money we save by not having shareholders allows us to donate to organisations that make a difference.
Since 2017, Wesleyan Foundation has donated over £5m to worthy causes across the UK.
Caring for our customers means caring for our communities and our climate too. We firmly believe that sustainable businesses will be more profitable in the long term, impacting how our funds perform and the level of investment returns we generate.
That's why we've introduced a new approach to sustainable investing. You can now invest in companies that combat climate change, improve medicine through innovation, and more. We're committed to being operationally carbon neutral by 2023, and for our whole organisation, including our investment portfolio, to be carbon neutral by 2050.
Mutuality means giving our members a voice.
Through our Annual General Meeting, you can have a say in how we run our business. Vote on the matters that you care about and help shape the future of Wesleyan.
You can take a closer look at our newest changes by reading our latest year in review. Here you'll see how our business is evolving and where your input has made a difference.