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Make it a treble with West Bromwich

Make it a treble with West Bromwich

Category: Savings

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

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West Bromwich has given savers an Easter bonanza with three new products that pay top rates. They are:

The E Bond 39 is an internet operated fixed term account maturing 30.6.12 with a minimum investment of £5K paying 4.15% yearly (4.07% monthly).

The E Bond 40 is an internet operated fixed term account maturing 30.6.13 with a minimum investment of £5K paying 4.65% yearly (4.55% monthly).

The 2 Year Easter Bond is a branch operated fixed term account maturing 30.6.12 with a minimum investment of £5K paying 4.15% yearly (4.07% monthly).

The 3 Year Easter Bond is a branch operated fixed term account maturing 30.6.13 with a minimum investment of £5K paying 4.65% yearly (4.55% monthly).

For all accounts, no earlier access or additions are permitted and money must be new to the institution.

The launch of these products extends the provider's fixed rate savings range and now offers investors alternatives for the medium term market.

Four out of five Moneyfacts stars have been awarded.

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