Allied Irish Bank (GB)
Allocated to Foresters Financial
Allocated to Forester Life
Allocated to The Children’s Mutual
Chelsea Building Society
Cheshire Building Society
Cumberland Building Society
Co-op Bank (The Co-operative Investments)
Children’s Mutual (The Children’s Mutual)
Derbyshire Building Society
Dunfermline Building Society
First Trust Bank
Leek United Building Society
Leeds Building Society
Loughborough Building Society
Mother & Baby
Melton Mowbray Building Society
Norwich and Peterborough Building Society
Nottingham Building Society
Progressive Building Society
Portman Building Society
Principality Building Society
Stroud and Swindon Building Society
The Children’s Mutual
The Co-operative Investments (Co-op Bank)
Universal Building Society
West Bromwich Building Society
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Contact our Customer Services team to make sure your Child Trust Fund is with us and we can provide you with the information you need. Monday to Friday 8:30am to 5:00pm
0333 600 0333
Do you want to take control of your Plan and become the Registered Contact? If you are 16 or over you can complete the form below to become the Registered Contact.
Registered Contact application form
If your Child Trust Fund is with us then you can manage your Plan online via My Plans. View your Plan value, fund details and make payments any time, any place.
Activate your My Plans account
If you didn’t take your Child Trust Fund out with any of the above, or are still not sure who your Child Trust Fund is with, please go to the government website to find out.
To find your Child Trust Fund you will have to complete/create your Government Gateway ID using your National Insurance number. This process can be a little long so make sure you have got the time.
If you're unsure about your National Insurance number, find out more here.
Find my Child Trust Fund
Read our article to find out all of the information you need to know about Child Trust Funds, from when the money can be accessed to maximising contributions.
Teaching your child about money and the importance of saving is one of the most imperative life skills for them to learn, take a look at our tips on giving your children a better future with money.
We have some fun and creative ways to tell your child about their savings. Whether it's a Child Trust Fund or Junior ISA, we have some ideas to prepare you for the money talk with your child.