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A&L impresses with new offshore savings accounts

A&L impresses with new offshore savings accounts

Category: Offshore savings

Updated: 08/07/2010
First Published: 08/07/2010

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Alliance & Leicester International has launched a number of new offshore savings accounts that offer some of the best rates in their respective markets.

The one year bond pays 2.75% on maturity (2.72% monthly), the two year 3.75% (3.69%) and the three year 4.00%.

All are fixed rate products that require a minimum investment of £5K, with no earlier access or additions permitted.

Investors will be pleased to see the rate of the one year bond increase, whilst the two and three year accounts offer some of the best rates in their respective classes.

The products are also available from Bradford & Bingley International.

All three offshore accounts have been awarded four out of five Moneyfacts stars.

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