TSB says it plans to grow its balance sheet by 40%-50% over the next five years.
The bank is aiming to become a larger player in the current account market, growing from 4.2% to 6% during that time.
Chief executive Paul Pester says it has already seen four to five as many people opening accounts every week since the TSB brand was re-launched last September than it had before.
Growth plans will also see TSB mortgages becoming available through brokers again from the start of next year.
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