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5 Year Bond (Issue 27)
  • AER
    1.60%
  • Gross
    1.60%
  • Min Investment
    £1
  • Max Investment
    £250,000
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  • Term
    5 Years
  • Interest Paid
    Annually
  • How to Apply
    Online
  • Withdrawals
    Not permitted before maturity

What would the estimated balance be at the end of term based on two example deposit amounts?

  • £1,000 invested in this account would earn £82.60  interest by the end of the term
  • £50,000 invested in this account would earn £4,130.06 interest by the end of the term

These are indicative figures assuming annually compounded interest. You cannot withdraw money from your bond before the end of the term.

A bond is the right choice for you if you:
  • do not need to withdraw your money for the whole fixed term
  • want to know exactly how much interest you will earn
  • want an unlimited number of deposits for first 14 days
A bond is not the right choice for you if you:
  • want to make withdrawals during the fixed term
  • want to add more money to the account during the fixed term
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3 Year Bond (Issue 52)
  • AER
    1.45%
  • Gross
    1.45%
  • Min Investment
    £1
  • Max Investment
    £250,000
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  • Term
    3 years
  • Interest Paid
    Annually
  • How to Apply
    Online
  • Withdrawals
    Not permitted before maturity

What would the estimated balance be at the end of term based on two example deposit amounts?

  • £1,000 invested in this account would earn £44.13 interest by the end of the term
  • £50,000 invested in this account would earn £2,206.69 interest by the end of the term

These are indicative figures assuming annually compounded interest. You cannot withdraw money from your bond before the end of the term.

 

A bond is the right choice for you if you:
  • do not need to withdraw your money for the whole fixed term
  • want to know exactly how much interest you will earn
  • want an unlimited number of deposits for first 14 days
A bond is not the right choice for you if you:
  • want to make withdrawals during the fixed term
  • want to add more money to the account during the fixed term
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2 Year Bond (Issue 59)
  • AER
    1.35%
  • Gross
    1.35%
  • Min Investment
    £1
  • Max Investment
    £250,000
More Details
  • Term
    2 years
  • Interest Paid
    Annually
  • How to Apply
    Online
  • Withdrawals
    Not permitted before maturity

What would the estimated balance be at the end of term based on two example deposit amounts?

  • £1,000 invested in this account would earn £27.18 interest by the end of the term
  • £50,000 invested in this account would earn £1,359.11 interest by the end of the term

These are indicative figures assuming annually compounded interest. You cannot withdraw money from your bond before the end of the term.

A bond is the right choice for you if you:
  • do not need to withdraw your money for the whole fixed term
  • want to know exactly how much interest you will earn
  • want an unlimited number of deposits for first 14 days
A bond is not the right choice for you if you:
  • want to make withdrawals during the fixed term
  • want to add more money to the account during the fixed term
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18 Month Bond (Issue 12)
  • AER
    1.30%
  • Gross
    1.30%
  • Min Investment
    £1
  • Max Investment
    £250,000
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  • Term
    18 months
  • Interest Paid
    Annually
  • How to Apply
    Online
  • Withdrawals
    Not permitted before maturity

What would the estimated balance be at the end of term based on two example deposit amounts?

  • £1,000 invested in this account would earn £19.56 interest by the end of the term
  • £50,000 invested in this account would earn £978.16 interest by the end of the term

These are indicative figures assuming annually compounded interest. You cannot withdraw money from your bond before the end of the term.

A bond is the right choice for you if you:
  • do not need to withdraw your money for the whole fixed term
  • want to know exactly how much interest you will earn
  • want an unlimited number of deposits for first 14 days
A bond is not the right choice for you if you:
  • want to make withdrawals during the fixed term
  • want to add more money to the account during the fixed term
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1 Year Bond (Issue 46)
  • AER
    1.25%
  • Gross
    1.25%
  • Min Investment
    £1
  • Max Investment
    £250,000
More Details
  • Term
    1 year
  • Interest Paid
    Annually
  • How to Apply
    Online
  • Withdrawals
    Not permitted before maturity

What would the estimated balance be at the end of term based on two example deposit amounts?

  • £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

These are indicative figures assuming annually compounded interest. You cannot withdraw money from your bond before the end of the term.

A bond is the right choice for you if you:
  • do not need to withdraw your money for the whole fixed term
  • want to know exactly how much interest you will earn
  • want an unlimited number of deposits for first 14 days
A bond is not the right choice for you if you:
  • want to make withdrawals during the fixed term
  • want to add more money to the account during the fixed term
More Details
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