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Fixed Rate Savings Accounts
Account: 5 Year Bond (Issue 12)
AER: 2.50%
Interest Rate: 2.50%
Interest Paid: Annually
Term: 5 years
Min. Investment: £1,000
Max. Investment: £250,000
How to Apply: Online or by Post
Withdrawals: Not permitted before maturity
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£1,000 invested in this account would earn £131.41 interest by the end of the term
£50,000 invested in this account would earn £6,570.41
interest by the end of the term
(Indicative figure assuming annually compounded interest)

A bond is the right choice for you if you:

tick do not need to withdraw your money for the whole fixed term

tick want to know exactly how much interest you will earn

A bond is not the right choice for you if you:

tick want to make withdrawals during the fixed term

tick want to add more money to the account during the fixed term

You cannot withdraw money from your bond before the end of the term

Account: 3 Year Bond (Issue 25)
AER: 2.35%
Interest Rate: 2.35%
Interest Paid: Annually
Term: 3 years
Min. Investment: £1,000
Max. Investment: £250,000
How to Apply: Online or by Post
Withdrawals: Not permitted before maturity
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£1,000 invested in this account would earn £72.17 interest by the end of the term
£50,000 invested in this account would earn £3,608.49 interest by the end of the term

(Indicative figure assuming annually compounded interest)

A bond is the right choice for you if you:

tick do not need to withdraw your money for the whole fixed term

tick want to know exactly how much interest you will earn

A bond is not the right choice for you if you:

tick want to make withdrawals during the fixed term

tick want to add more money to the account during the fixed term

You cannot withdraw money from your bond before the end of the term

Account: 2 Year Bond (Issue 26)
AER: 2.10%
Interest Rate: 2.10%
Interest Paid: Annually
Term: 2 years
Min. Investment: £1,000
Max. Investment: £250,000
How to Apply: Online or by Post
Withdrawals: Not permitted before maturity
Features download: Product features download button

£1,000 invested in this account would earn £42.44 interest by the end of the term
£50,000 invested in this account would earn £2,122.05 interest by the end of the term

(Indicative figure assuming annually compounded interest)

A bond is the right choice for you if you:

tick do not need to withdraw your money for the whole fixed term

tick want to know exactly how much interest you will earn

A bond is not the right choice for you if you:

tick want to make withdrawals during the fixed term

tick want to add more money to the account during the fixed term

You cannot withdraw money from your bond before the end of the term

Account: 1 Year Bond (Issue 20)
AER: 1.90%
Interest Rate: 1.90%
Interest Paid: Annually
Term: 1 year
Min. Investment: £1,000
Max. Investment: £250,000
How to Apply: Online or by Post
Withdrawals: Not permitted before maturity
Features download: Product features download button

£1,000 invested in this account would earn £19.00 interest by the end of the term
£50,000 invested in this account would earn £950.00 interest by the end of the term
(Indicative figure assuming annually compounded interest)

A bond is the right choice for you if you:

tick do not need to withdraw your money for the whole fixed term

tick want to know exactly how much interest you will earn

A bond is not the right choice for you if you:

tick want to make withdrawals during the fixed term

tick want to add more money to the account during the fixed term

You cannot withdraw money from your bond before the end of the term

Variable Rate Savings Accounts
Account: 90 Day Notice Account (Issue 20)
AER: 1.25%
Interest Rate: 1.25%
Interest Paid: Annually
Term: 90 days
Min. Investment: £1,000
Max. Investment: £250,000
How to Apply: Online or by Post
Withdrawals: Not permitted without notice
Features download: Product features download button

£1,000 invested in this account would earn £12.50 interest by the end of the term
£50,000 invested in this account would earn £625.00 interest by the end of the term

(Indicative figure after 1 year assuming no additional deposits or withdrawals)

A variable rate account is the right choice for you if you:

tick want to add more money to the account.

tick can give the required notice before withdrawal

A variable rate account is not the right choice for you if you:

tick need immediate access to your funds

tick want a fixed rate account


At Hampshire Trust Bank, our personal savings accounts are designed to be straightforward and consistently competitive, giving you the reassurance that you will not have to keep moving funds around to get a good deal and helping you get great value from your savings.

 

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And, because we are a UK bank focused on supporting local businesses, you can also be sure that your money will be used to support enterprises that boost Britain’s economy.

“You’ve worked hard for your money and we’ll make sure your money works hard for you.”

Stuart Hulme,
Director of Savings and Marketing

An overview of Hampshire Trust Bank's personal and business savings accounts

 


*AER stands for “annual equivalent rate” and is a notional rate, which illustrates the gross interest rate as if paid and compounded on a monthly, quarterly or annual basis whichever is applicable to the account.

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