Starling Bank is a digital, or online-only, bank with its headquarters located in London, England. Anne Boden founded the independent company in 2014. The banking style of Starling is much different compared to other banks, as it has no physical locations, is paperless, and runs on renewable energy. Part of their mission is to fight climate change, which is the driving force behind making the bank online-only.
Starling bank has more than 2.7 million customers and provides multiple services. They offer personal, business, joint, teen, euro, and U.S. dollar bank accounts. Child cards to help kids manage their money and lending products are available too. Starling also offers its customers business-to-business (B2B) banking and access to a list of third-party banking services. It essentially has everything a physical bank has, plus a little more.
Starling Bank Statement Template
It is easy to obtain a Starling Bank statement. All you need to do is click on your account icon, click the “Statements and Documents” button, and click the “Statement History” button. From there, you can download your statement and print it if you want a physical copy. This is the only way to get a physical copy since there are no physical Starling Bank branches.
If you need a certified bank statement: click your account icon, click the “Statements and Documents” button, click the “Statement History” button, select the period, choose PDF or CSV, and then click the“Certified” button. The information that will be available on your bank statements include your name, your address, Starling Bank’s details, the date, your account number, both in and out transactions of your account, and overdraft and deposit interests.
Starling Bank recently added the option to see three different types of statements. These statements are “Transaction History,” “Interest Earned,” and “Fees Paid.” Adding separate bank statements allows for easy access without too much clicking to get to the information that you need.