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Rate rise from United Trust Bank is the business

Rate rise from United Trust Bank is the business

Category: Business

Updated: 19/08/2010
First Published: 19/08/2010

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United Trust Bank has made a number of revisions to the rates of interest paid on its fixed deposit accounts for businesses.

The five year account now pays a top rate of 4.50% on minimum investments of just £500. All other terms and conditions remain unchanged.

These increases are great news for businesses that have surplus funds to tie up for fixed terms.

The five year product at 4.50% is now one of the top fixed rates available, although a long term commitment could limit its appeal.

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