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Aldermore increases selected fixed rates

Aldermore increases selected fixed rates

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Updated: 03/03/2011
First Published: 03/03/2011

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Aldermore has increased the rates of interest available on its one and five year fixed rate accounts.

Its one year fixed rate account now offers 3.45% (+0.40%), while its five year product delivers a return of 4.90% (+0.10%). Monthly options have also increased.

These increases to fixed rates will enhance Aldermore's portfolio and improve its market position.

The one and five year bonds paying 3.45% and 4.90% respectively are now market leaders for their terms. With such a high rate the one year bond is not likely to be available for long.

As is becoming more common with fixed rate bonds withdrawals and additions are not permitted.

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