Levy contributors who operate in Wales follow a similar structure where by the contribution is paid to HMRC in monthly instalments, however there is no digital account in which the organisation is able to access their funds directly. Welsh Government have a adopted the existing format (prior to the levy) of a communal pot where all levy contributions are held and can only be accessed by contracted providers working in partnership with Welsh Government in the delivery of the apprenticeship programmes. The advantage Welsh operations have is that unlike the 10% top up in England there is no limit by which any levy contributor utilizing their baseline contribution cannot access more funding available.
E.g. If you were to contribute £15,000 per annum there would be no restrictions in the organisation drawing down £50,000 to benefit their workforce.