10 Most Popular Loans

Professional and Career Loan
If you take out a Professional and Career Development Loan while you're on a vocational course, the government will pay your interest while you study.
Graduate loan
Our graduate loans can help you get your finances back in order after graduating. As long as you have a Lloyds TSB Graduate Account and are a UK resident, you can apply for a graduate loan.
Commercial mortgage
Taking out a commercial mortgage is one way of maximising your business finance. Property can be a significant cost for many businesses so it is important to manage that investment wisely.
2-Year Fixed-Rate Mortgages
If you’re borrowing 75% or less of your home’s value, you can arrange your mortgage on an interest-only or repayment basis. If you want to borrow more than 75%, only repayment mortgages are available.
Business loans
Are you thinking about growing your business, or making a large equipment purchase? We have a range of loans to suit your business needs.
Graduate Loan
Completing your course and graduating is a great feeling. But unfortunately, the realities of student finance don't disappear overnight - which is why our Graduate Loan is designed to support you as you start your new life.
Buy to Let Purchase Plan
Unlike a conventional mortgage where you borrow money from a lender which is then repaid with interest, the BTLPP uses the Islamic finance principles of co-ownership (Musharaka) with leasing (Ijara), where you and IBB buy the property as partners and you pay rent on IBB's share in the property.
Graduate Loan
HSBC current account holders can receive a representative* 6.2% APR for Graduate Loans between £5,000 and £25,000. Their Graduate Loans are available exclusively to HSBC current account customers who are within 5 years of graduation.

10 Random Loans

Bridging Loan
Extra finance when you move home.
Investment Property Loan
Our investment property loan is designed for organisations that want to invest some of their assets into property to help them provide accommodation for themselves and other similar organisations.
Currency Mortgage
Reducing your currency exchange risk. Variable repayments and the option to overpay or make lump sum payments whenever you like.
Commercial mortgage
Taking out a commercial mortgage is one way of maximising your business finance. Property can be a significant cost for many businesses so it is important to manage that investment wisely.
Fixed rate mortgages - more than 25% deposit
If you pay £1,000 or more into your current account with them each calendar month, or hold a Halifax Ultimate Reward Current Account, they will reward you with £150 cash back when you take out a new Halifax home mover mortgage, paid through your conveyancer at completion
2 Year Everyday Fixed
A fixed rate mortgage gives you a fixed rate of interest so is ideal if you want the security of knowing that your monthly payments will stay the same throughout the fixed rate period. So if you're looking for some stability and want to be able to plan ahead, a fixed rate mortgage will let you do just that.
Fixed rate mortgage
Due to limited supply fixed rates are offered on a first come first served basis, therefore the Bank reserves the right to withdraw the rates offered above
Fixed Rate Mortgage
With a fixed rate mortgage, the interest rate is fixed for an agreed period, which means your repayments will stay the same during this time. Your home is security for your mortgage. Other security may be required.