What is Government duty and where is it included on my Statement of Fees?

Stamp Duty is a government tax and is not a bank charge; however, it is included on your Statement of Fees where it has been paid by you. Stamp Duty can be paid on bank drafts, on cheques, on ATM cards and on Debit cards where these services have been used by you for the period to which the Statement of Fees relates.

Where stamp duty has been applied to your account for the period to which the Statement of Fees relates, it will show in the “Additional Information” section of your Statement of Fees. The amount of Stamp Duty that has been paid by you will not be included in the “Total fees paid” by you.

Last updated: December 20, 2019

Did this answer your question?

Your answer helps us improve our Support Centre

Calculate your BIC/IBAN Number or find out where to find it on 365

Find out more
Security Zone

We're committed to keeping your information secure

Visit Security Zone
Branch Locator

Find out contact details, opening hours and more

Find out more