Virgin Money offers savings and investment opportunities in the form of ISAs, fixed rate bonds and savings accounts, a range of pensions and also insurance options for the home, travel, pet and motor.
As per their annual report of 2014, Virgin Money recorded and underlying profit pre-tax of £121.2m, and has almost 3,000 employees. Driven primarily by a growth in their mortgage business, the company witnessed an underlying total income growth to £438.2m.
In the first quarter of 2015, Virgin Money successfully migrated 675,000 customer accounts to their credit card platform, and credit card balances stood at over £1bn. Their gross mortgage lending grew to £1.6bn
The full national roll-out of the Virgin Essential Current Account (ECA) was completed in March 2015 with the account now available to customers in England and Wales, following its roll-out in Scotland and Northern Ireland in early 2014.