The Bank of England

The notes division of the Bank of England issues banknotes for use in England and Wales, as well as having certain responsibilities regarding the circulation of banknotes in Scotland and Northern Ireland. Cash Services supports the circulation of banknotes and coins through its work on operations, contingency management and strategy.

British Security Industry Association (BSIA)

The BSIA represents the interests of the UK's Cash in Transit (CIT) companies. There are several areas of mutual interest for discussion with Cash Services.

Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)

The Financial Conduct Authority is responsible for regulating firms and financial advisers so that markets and financial systems remain sound, stable and resilient. Both the FCA and cash services have the mutual aim to put the interests of their customers and the integrity of the market at the core of operations.

HM Treasury (HMT)

The Royal Mint is owned by HM Treasury. Both Cash Services and HM Treasury have a mutual interest in maintaining and enhancing the resilience of the UK financial sector.

The Royal Mint

The Royal Mint is responsible for issuing coins in the UK. It works alongside Cash Services which arranges the circulation of used coins, and the procurement and distribution of new coins.

Payments UK

Payments UK represents the evolving and growing payments industry. It brings together payments professionals, stakeholders and customers to deliver change where there is evidence that change or innovation is required. Payments UK are the authoritative voice in the UK and represent the industry in Europe and globally. 

To maintain public confidence in UK payments, Cash Services are open to collaborate with all alternative payments systems through Payments UK: