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Abbey International improves its offshore savings

Abbey International improves its offshore savings

Category: Offshore savings

Updated: 04/04/2011
First Published: 09/08/2010

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Abbey International has delivered some great news for offshore savers by increasing the interest rate on its five year fixed term account.

Now paying 4.25%, the account is ideal for savers looking for a longer term offshore savings home for their funds.

That they can leave their funds deposited for the full term is vital, however, as earlier access is not permitted.

Although a call account must either already be open or opened to be able to apply for this fixed term product, it does not have to be funded and has a low minimum investment of £1K.

The minimum investment into the main account is £50K.

Paying a rate which puts it amongst the market leaders in its field, this offshore savings account earns four out of five Moneyfacts stars.

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