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Secure Trust Bank fixes it for businesses

Secure Trust Bank fixes it for businesses

Category: Business

Updated: 14/12/2012
First Published: 20/04/2011

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Secure Trust Bank has fixed it for businesses by upping the rate on its three year bond.

Now paying a market-leading 4.30%, this fixed term postal and telephone operated account is available to businesses and charities.

A minimum investment of £1K is required, with additional investments allowed while the issue remains open.

However, early access to funds is not permitted, making it essential that only money which can definitely be spared is invested.

Sure to attract a lot of attention from businesses, four out of five Moneyfacts stars have been awarded.

The rate has also been increased on the version of the account aimed at individual savers.

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