Regulated Covered Bonds Register - Financial Conduct Authority

Regulated Covered Bonds Register

Published: 07/03/2015     Last Modified: 23/05/2016
The Regulated Covered Bonds Register is a public record of all regulated covered bond issuers and regulated covered bonds.

Regulated covered bond issuers

Use the links below to download a comprehensive list of all regulated bonds registered by each issuer and a copy of the senior management attestation of compliance with the Regulated Covered Bond Regulations:

Issuer Documents
Bank of Scotland plc List of Regulated Covered Bonds
Senior Management Attestation

Programme Designation Attestation
Barclays Bank plc List of Regulated Covered Bonds
Senior Management Attestation
Programme Designation Attestation
Clydesdale Bank plc List of Regulated Covered Bonds
Senior Management Attestation
Programme Designation Attestation
Co-operative Bank plc List of Regulated Covered Bonds
Senior Management Attestation
Programme Designation Attestation
Coventry Building Society List of Regulated Covered Bonds
Senior Management Attestation
Programme Designation Attestation
HSBC Bank plc List of Regulated Covered Bonds
Senior Management Attestation
Programme Designation Attestation
Leeds Building Society List of Regulated Covered Bonds 
Senior Management Attestation
Programme Designation Attestation
Lloyds Bank Plc List of Regulated Covered Bonds
Senior Management Attestation
Programme Designation Attestation
Nationwide Building Society List of Regulated Covered Bonds
Senior Management Attestation
Programme Designation Attestation
Royal Bank of Scotland plc List of Regulated Covered Bonds 
Senior Management Attestation
Programme Designation Attestation
Santander UK plc List of Regulated Covered Bonds
Senior Management Attestation
Programme Designation Attestation
Yorkshire Building Society List of Regulated Covered Bonds 
Senior Management Attestation
Programme Designation Attestation

Disclaimer

Our functions under the Regulated Covered Bond Regulations are separate from our functions under the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (FSMA) and under other applicable legislation.

We will approach any conflicts which may arise between such functions on a case by case basis (which may, for instance, include issues over whether depositors' interests are preferred over other creditors or vice versa) taking due account of all relevant factors. Admission to the register of issuers or bonds to the register of regulated bonds does not preclude or limit the scope of the our powers under FSMA and under other applicable legislation.