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United Trust Bank stands tall for businesses

United Trust Bank stands tall for businesses

Category: Business

Updated: 12/01/2011
First Published: 12/01/2011

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United Trust Bank has reviewed the fixed rates on its business accounts to startling effect.

The two, three and five year bonds have had their rates increased by 0.25%, taking them to 3.25%, 3.75% and 4.00% respectively.

However, star of the show is the one year bond, which has been increased by 1.00% to 3.00% and is now a market leader in its field.

As no withdrawals are permitted during the term, businesses will need to be certain they can commit the funds for the full term.

Certain to appeal to small firms with excess funds to deposit, these accounts earn four out of five Moneyfacts stars.

The same changes have been made across United Trust Bank's savings accounts too.

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