This is a typical scam to get your bank details and password. Delete it and ignore it.
On a more general note, never access your bank account via a link in an e-mail. No bank will ever ask for these details and if you connect via a link in an e-mail you will most probably end up at a site which to all intents looks exactly like your bank site , but of course it will not be your bank.
Any time you want to access your bank always do it by the normal method.
I wouldn't bother really - there are loads of these floating around - some purporting to come from banks I've never even heard of - all the banks are well aware of them by now. Just delete it would be my advice.
I get them at work all the time from lloyds, abbey, natwest, barclays and lord knows who else. If your bank needs to contact you they will do it by snail mail, if you get an email that is supossed to be from a bank, put it in the bin as quickly as possible as most of them these days connect to the web as soon as they are opened.
This is an example of the site you go through to if you click on the link, and don't worry this is a screen shot, not the actual link: click here Don't click on any links in those sort of emails because they can install spyware as well.