Business bonds best rates

Business bonds pay a fixed rate of interest over a set period of time. Compare the best rates available over one year using our independent best buy table.

CompanyAERNotice / TermMin Investment


Business Fixed Deposit
1.80%
1 Year Bond£50000


Customised Fixed Rate Account
1.75%
1 Year Bond£1000


Fixed Rate Business Savings Account - 1 Year
1.75%
1 Year Bond£1000


1 Year Fixed Deposit Business Account
1.75%
1 Year Bond£2000


Business Bond
1.70%
1 Year Bond£1000


Capital Millennium Bond
1.65%
1 Year Bond£1000


Business FlexiBond
1.55%
1 Year Bond£10000


Business 1 Year Bond
1.50%
1 Year Bond£500


Fixed Rate Business Savings Account with Access
1.50%
1 Year Bond£1000


1 Year Fixed Rate Business Savings Bond Issue 8
1.50%
1 Year Bond£5000
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Customised Fixed Rate Account
3.00%
5 Year Bond£1000


Customised Fixed Rate Account
2.25%
3 Year Bond£1000


Customised Fixed Rate Account
2.00%
2 Year Bond£1000


Fixed Rate Business Savings Account - 6 Month
1.49%
6 Month Bond£1000


Customised Fixed Rate Account
1.34%
3 Month Bond£1000


Customised Fixed Rate Account
1.19%
2 Month Bond£1000
Last Updated: Thursday 21 August 2014 00:22

Moneyfacts.co.uk Best Buys show the best products chosen by our independent experts. Where we have been able to we have also provided a link for you to open an account today. Products shown with a yellow background are sponsored products.

Disclaimer:
All rates subject to change without notice. Please check all rates and terms before investing or borrowing.
 

Business Bonds explained

Fixed rate bonds are a great way of making your business’ surplus cash work harder – provided you are certain you will not need access to the funds during the term – as the interest rates are usually more attractive than those offered on business deposit accounts.

Business fixed rate bonds are available to all businesses; although some accounts have qualifying conditions related to turnover or the type of business (some bonds may only be available to charities, for example).

It’s important that you make a note of the bond maturity date as if you forget to give instructions to your bank or building society the funds will generally be transferred to a low-paying variable rate account.

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