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Secure Trust Bank is the business

Secure Trust Bank is the business

Category: Business

Updated: 12/04/2011
First Published: 12/04/2011

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Secure Trust Bank has re-entered the business savings market with a bang.

Paying 3.01% quarterly, its new 120 day notice account is the market leading account for companies.

A minimum investment of £1K is required, while any additional investments must also be at least £1K.

Early access to funds is not allowed, but three capital withdrawals and four interest withdrawals are permitted per year.

Four out of five Moneyfacts stars are richly deserved.

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