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Get more for your money with Aldermore

Get more for your money with Aldermore

Category: Savings

Updated: 30/06/2011
First Published: 30/06/2011

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Aldermore has launched a new notice account that offers a highly competitive rate.

The 90 day notice account pays 3.10% yearly (3.06% monthly) on a minimum investment of £1K.

The rate is guaranteed to be at least 2.00% above Base Rate until 1 March 2013.

No earlier access is permitted and withdrawals must be made via a nominated account.

The launch of this 90 day notice account complements the existing portfolio from Aldermore.

Paying 3.10%, it sits just below the current market leading account for a similar notice period, with the monthly option offering a highly competitive rate for those looking to supplement their income.

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