I have SC Priority Banking. I generally try to avoid any communication with them in person or on the phone - besides occasionally having a counter service.So, I hope someone can answer this question and I don't waste time talking to them.
On their website, SC say that they can 'make global banking simple', and 'Setting up multi-country accounts is easy and our Global Link service helps you link and view your Standard Chartered accounts around the globe in a single view'.
OK, so if I want a SC account in the UK (or maybe Jersey?) is it really that easy to do? Once I have the UK account(or Jersey), would I be able to move money from SC UK/Jersey to my UK bank account without charges?