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Market leading 4 year ISA from Derbyshire BS

Market leading 4 year ISA from Derbyshire BS

Category: Savings

Updated: 08/03/2011
First Published: 07/03/2011

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Derbyshire BS has increased the rate paid on its four year fixed rate ISA, making it the stand out choice for new investors and those looking to transfer in.

The 4 Year Fixed Rate Issue 37 pays a yearly rate of 4.40% on a minimum investment of £100.

Earlier access and transfers out are subject to a 320 day loss of interest, additions can be made whilst the issue remains open, and transfers in are permitted.

Now paying 4.40%, it is a market leader in the four year field for both new investors and those looking to transfer an ISA from another provider.

The low minimum investment of £100 and the option to make withdrawals, albeit subject to a hefty penalty, will both add to its overall appeal.

The account is also available from Dunfermline BS.

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