Personal savings

For savings guidance contact HTB’s personal savings team on 020 7862 6222 or email us.

Why not take a look at our latest range of recently launched cash ISA bonds?
Personal savings

For savings guidance contact HTB’s personal savings team on 020 7862 6222 or email us.

Why not take a look at our latest range of recently launched cash ISA bonds?
Fixed rate accounts - Personal savings - Hampshire Trust Bank
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Stuart Hulme, Director of Savings
5 Year Bond (Issue 21)
  • AER
    1.80%
  • Gross
    1.80%
  • Min Investment
    £1,000
  • Max Investment
    £250,000
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  • Term
    5 years
  • Interest Paid
    Annually
  • How to Apply
    Online or by post
  • 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 £93.30 interest by the end of the term
  • £50,000 invested in this account would earn £4,664.94 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 35)
  • AER
    1.70%
  • Gross
    1.70%
  • Min Investment
    £1,000
  • Max Investment
    £250,000
More Details
  • Term
    3 years
  • Interest Paid
    Annually
  • How to Apply
    Online or by post
  • 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 £51.87 interest by the end of the term
  • £50,000 invested in this account would earn £2,593.60 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 38)
  • AER
    1.60%
  • Gross
    1.60%
  • Min Investment
    £1,000
  • Max Investment
    £250,000
More Details
  • Term
    2 years
  • Interest Paid
    Annually
  • How to Apply
    Online or by post
  • 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 £32.26 interest by the end of the term
  • £50,000 invested in this account would earn £1,612.80 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
1 Year Bond (Issue 31)
  • AER
    1.50%
  • Gross
    1.50%
  • Min Investment
    £1,000
  • Max Investment
    £250,000
More Details
  • Term
    1 year
  • Interest Paid
    Annually
  • How to Apply
    Online or by post
  • 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 £15.00 interest by the end of the term
  • £50,000 invested in this account would earn £750.00 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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Don't want Fixed rate accounts?

Fixed Rate Cash ISAs

1.35%
1.45%

For savings guidance contact HTB’s personal savings team on 020 7862 6222 or email us.

Why not take a look at our latest range of recently launched cash ISA bonds?