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Our hotline is available (from 8.30 AM to 5.30 PM from Monday to Friday):
From France : 01 73 08 57 30 *
From abroad: +33 (0)1 73 08 57 30 *
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Enjoy the many advantages of making Barclays your main bank


As of 6 February 2017, it is now even easier for you to change banks at no expense to you. Now is the time to discover the multitude of services that Barclays offers.

But why should you entrust you day-to-day banking transactions to Barclays?

1 - For a free(1) premium debit card that offers insurance and assistance services

carte Platinum

Moving your banking transactions to Barclays will give you free access to the insurance, assistance, concierge and other services of our packaged accounts.

For more information about the many benefits of our packaged accounts and debit cards go to www.barclays.fr

2 - For exclusive services, such as our Barclays Gallery rewards programme!(2)

Moving your banking to Barclays may make you a "Premier" client(2) and entitle you to the many benefits of our Barclays Gallery programme!

The Barclays Gallery programme was designed to reward your trust and loyalty. It will enable you not only to receive exceptional gifts, but also to enjoy unforgettable moments and experiences which you may share with others.

3 - Now it's even easier to talk with your own personal advisor, without leaving your home or office

Homme UpToMe

To make your life simpler, we have provided you with your own secure area at no extra charge: «UpToMe»(3). Now you can:

  • talk with your advisor, wherever you may be, by video-conference(4),
  • use our secure messaging system to communicate with your advisor,
  • share documents online,
  • sign your new contracts or policies electronically(5).

This latest generation of digital services was designed to provide personalised online service and save you time.

How can I move my banking to Barclays?

1- Contact your Barclays advisor.

2- Just:
- send him your current banking details and
- indicate the date at which you want your banking transactions (transfers and direct debts) transferred.

3- Your advisor will have you sign the account transfer authorisation that will entitle us to handle, at no cost to you, the various formalities involved in transferring your account to our bank. This will automatically transfer your standing bank transfers and direct debits from your old account to your new account at Barclays.

What is "banking mobility"

A banking mobility service facilities the transfer of your banking transactions to a new bank. It is available to natural persons who hold a non-professional deposit account.
What this means concretely is that your new bank will obtain the contact details of your suppliers, debtors and creditors and will inform them of your new banking details. The new bank will thus ensure the processing of your current bank transfers and of any cheques you have written over the past 13 months and which have not been debited. Your new bank can also transfer your funds from your old account and have it closed, whenever this is convenient for you.
Your debtors and creditors will have 10 business days to process your new banking details.

We can also have your old account closed at your convenience.

For more information you may download the Account Closure and Transfer Guide.pdf, published by Clés de la Banque.

Who is entitled to this service?

All natural-person clients who hold a deposit or payment account which they do not use for business or professional purposes.

Please note: to be able to transfer your banking transactions to a new bank, you must hold, at the new bank, a current account of the same type, which means that the transfer is made, for example, from a joint account to a joint account, from a single-holder account to a single-holder account, etc...