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New account from Northern Rock is child’s play

New account from Northern Rock is child’s play

Category: Savings

Updated: 27/10/2010
First Published: 03/08/2010

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Northern Rock has delivered a boost to the children's savings market with the launch of a new fixed rate bond.

The Little Rock Fixed Rate Bond is a fixed term account that matures on 1 September 2013, paying a yearly rate of 5.00% (4.70% monthly).

No early access is permitted, although additions can be made whilst the issue remains open.

Holders must have an adult named as a trustee.

This bond should prove popular with parents wishing to invest for their child's future and four out of five Moneyfacts stars are well deserved.

Click here to see our Childrens Accounts Best Buy Table

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