Personal Loans for Professionals

Key features:

  • What you see is what you'll get - a fixed rate of  13.9% APR representative
  • No arrangement or early repayment fees
  • Borrow from £1,000 to £25,000 and pay it back over 1 - 7 years*
  • We take your professional status into consideration when making a loan decision
  • Simple online repayment calculator
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Call us free on 0800 358 1122

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    Your personalised loan illustration

    Total amount to be repaid
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    This figure is for illustration purposes only and the actual monthly repayment may differ slightly due to the date when a monthly payment is made by you. You will receive full details of actual repayments in your regulated credit agreement once your application has been accepted by us.


    Need to cover a big cost? 

    Whether you're looking to make home improvements, consolidate existing debts or buy a new car, our simple personal loans application process means we review each individual application to understand your personal circumstances.

    You'll get a fixed rate for the duration of the loan - it won't go up. You decide how much you want to borrow and how many years you'll take to pay it back. We also won't charge you anything if you want to pay the loan back early. What's more, unlike other lenders, we'll take your professional status into account when considering your application, as we understand that the demands of your career may make your credit history look a little different from the norm.

    And, unlike some other lenders, we won't charge you a higher interest rate than advertised. The rate you see is the rate you get.

    With all these great reasons, there's no better time to choose a personal loan from us.

    How much will it cost?

    The benefit of a Wesleyan Bank loan is that you'll know straightaway how much it's going to cost. We give you a fixed rate of 13.9% APR .

    Here's an example:

    Representative Example: 13.9% APR Representative (fixed). Based on assumed loan amount of £15,000 over 5 years with an interest rate of 13.9% p.a. (fixed). Monthly repayment £341.96. Total amount payable £20,517.60.

    This figure is for illustration purposes only and the actual monthly loan repayment may differ slightly due to the date when a monthly payment is made by you.

    You can get an illustrative figure by using our handy loan calculator.

     * Loans up to £7,499 can be repaid over 1 to 5 years. Loans from £7,500 to £25,000 can be repaid over 1 to 7 years.
    Please be aware that this could mean that you may pay back more over the period of the loan.

    Interested in borrowing from us?

    Apply online now, or call us free on 0800 358 1122 to find out more. Alternatively, fill in our contact form and we'll call you back.

    Professionals we loan to include:

    Accountants, Actuaries, Architects, Armed Forces Personnel, Barristers, Chartered Surveyors, Senior Civil Servants, Dentists, Dental Nurses and Dental Professionals, Directors, Engineers, GPs, Hospital Doctors, Lawyers, Lecturers, Legal Executives and Employees of Law Society of England and Wales or Law Society of Scotland, Management Consultants, Marketers, Midwives, Nurses, Opticians and Optometrists, Paralegals, Personnel Officers, Pharmacists, Physiotherapists, Pilots, Psychologists, Physician Associates, Practice Managers, Teachers, Teaching Assistants, Vets and spouse or live-in partner of any of the above professions.

    Legal information

    Loan product legal information

    Once you've applied, you'll be sent an agreement to read, sign and return. When your signed loan agreement has been received we can transfer funds into your current account using a three day standard BACS transfer. For an additional £15 fee, funds can be deposited in your current account within 24 hours using a CHAPS payment.

    If you have any problems applying online, please contact our helpdesk by telephone and we'll help you fill out the form.

    We will make credit reference, identity and other enquiries following our normal practice when we consider your application.

    The details you provide, the information we already have and information from credit reference agencies are used to assess risk using credit scoring.

    We may use credit reference and fraud prevention agencies to help us make decisions. What we do and how both we, credit reference and fraud prevention agencies will use your information is detailed in the leaflet called: Guide to the use of your personal data by Wesleyan Bank and Credit Reference and Fraud Prevention Agencies (pdf).

    Missed or underpayments

    We need to make you aware of some of the consequences of not making your agreed payments. If you underpay or miss any payment due under the credit agreement you will be in default on the agreement and:

    • You may pay more overall
    • We may register your details with credit reference agencies
    • You may find it more difficult to obtain credit in the future
    • Legal proceedings could be taken against you which could result in any outstanding debt being secured against any property you own

    If you have difficulties making payments under your Agreement please contact us.

    Financial difficulties & help

    Need financial help?

    Are you struggling financially? If you're finding that you're financially stretched and have difficulties meeting repayments, it can be daunting. But it's important not to bury your head in the sand and think that the problem will disappear. Unpaid bills can pile up and your debts can easily spiral out of control if you don't take action.

    Contact us

    If you don't think you'll be able to make your repayments to us, or have missed a payment already, please contact us as soon as possible. Our trained and friendly staff are here to help. They will complete an income and expenditure review and develop a plan with you, to help sort out your finances.

    Speak to one of our friendly members of staff:
    Call us on 0800 975 2088
    8.00am - 6.00pm Monday to Friday
    (excluding Bank holidays)

    Further assistance

    If you need more support, there are a number of non-profit debt-counselling organisations that can provide free and confidential help and advice, if you have problems with debt. They can give you practical advice and solutions, to help you get control of your debt. If a debt-counselling organisation is already helping you, we will work with them.

    Step Change Debt Charity logoStep Change Debt Charity
    The UK's leading debt advice service
    0800 138 1111

    They've designed a range of online tools to help people get free anonymous debt help 24 hours a day. These range from a 60-second debt test, to quickly assess the scale of the problem, to Debt Remedy, a full online debt advice and budgeting tool that provides a personal action plan to help people take their first steps out of debt.

    Money Advice Service
    0800 138 7777

    Advice UK
    0300 138 7777

    Citizen's Advice
    Please refer to the website for contact details for your area

    National Debtline
    0808 808 4000

    Debt Advice NI
    Debt advice for people living in Northern Ireland
    0800 917 4607

    Take action

    Please don't delay taking any action if you do have debt issues.Debt can affect your credit rating and you may have problems getting a loan or mortgage in the future.
    Call us free on 0800 358 1122 Monday to Friday 8.00am - 6.00pm, or contact Wesleyan Bank

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