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Clydesdale Bank Int’l raises offshore roof

Clydesdale Bank Int’l raises offshore roof

Category: Savings

Updated: 25/10/2011
First Published: 25/10/2011

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Clydesdale Bank International has raised the offshore savings roof with its latest fixed rate review.

With the products enjoying a rise of up to 0.3%, the three and five year deals now pay 4.00% and 4.30% respectively and are both market leaders for their terms.

Although the accounts are allowed to be closed early, the associated penalties can be high, so would be best avoided if the highest returns are to be obtained.

Consolidating its position as one of the market-leading fixed rate providers offshore, Clydesdale Bank International has been awarded four out of five Moneyfacts stars.

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