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How to pay your subscription

There are several ways to pay your subscription:

Direct debit

To set-up a direct debit email this form to us as a scan or clear photo.  You can choose to pay yearly or quarterly.

Debit or credit card or PayPal

Pay by card online.  

Online banking transfer payment

For members only and not employers.

Use your membership number, surname and initials as reference to make your payment.

Bank account name:        RTPI Internet Account
Sort code:                       40-03-15
Account number:             11408798

For employers and other parties.

Your employer must provide your membership number and name on the employer's remittance advice.  Email it to or post it to us.

Account details

Bank account name:               RTPI DD & BGC ACCOUNT
Sort Code:                              40-03-15
Account number:                    51159186

International money transfer

Your bank may ask for the following details to make an international money transfer:

Bank:                                     HSBC Plc

Address:                                117 Great Portland Street
                                             W1W 6QY
                                             United Kingdom

Account number:                                     51159186
Sort code:                                               40-03-15
International Bank Account (IBAN):          GB83HBUK40031551159186
Branch Identifier Code (BIC11):                HBUKGB4106M
Bank Identifier Code (BIC8):                     HBUKGB4B

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