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Nottingham BS stands tall for fixed rate savers

Nottingham BS stands tall for fixed rate savers

Category: Savings

Updated: 04/04/2011
First Published: 26/08/2010

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Nottingham BS has launched a new two year fixed rate savings account which puts its rivals in the savings market in the shade.

Paying 3.75%, the two year fixed rate bond offers a market leading two year rate and so should appeal to those savers who are happy to bank via post and prefer to use a building society.

Whilst additions are permitted until the account becomes a closed issue, there is no flexibility for withdrawals, so savers need to be certain they can commit funds for the full term.

A minimum investment of £1K is required.

A top notch rate sees this savings account earn four out of five Moneyfacts stars.

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