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Do the business with Allied Irish Bank (GB)

Category: Business

Updated: 14/02/2011
First Published: 11/02/2011

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Allied Irish Bank (GB) has launched a range of short term business bonds, the pick of which is its 12 month account.

The Limited Offer Fixed Term Deposit Issue 62 is a 12 month fixed term account with a minimum investment of £25K paying 3.20% on maturity.

This account is open to all businesses, charities and clubs.

The terms of the product mean no earlier access or additions are permitted.

This launch by Allied Irish Bank (GB) sees it entering the growing fixed rate market with competitive rates over varied short terms.

At 3.20% from £25K, the 12 month product is one of the top rates around for businesses to put their excess funds in.

The account is well worth four out of five Moneyfacts stars.

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