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Premier standard ISA from Manchester BS

Premier standard ISA from Manchester BS

Category: Savings

Updated: 14/04/2011
First Published: 14/04/2011

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Manchester BS has launched a new notice ISA that has the look of a premier standard account.

The Premier ISA Issue 17 is a 60 day notice branch and postal operated cash ISA with a minimum investment of £1K paying 3.01% yearly. The rate includes 1.00% bonus for 14 months.

Earlier access is subject to a 60 day loss of interest, while transfers out are subject to 60 days' notice or a 60 day loss of interest. Transfers in are accepted.

This new ISA launch sees Manchester BS extending its notice ISA range again with the launch of a 60 day product.

At 3.01%, it sits within the top ten variable rate ISA products and is a market leader in the notice ISA market. It has the added advantage of accepting transfers in from other ISA providers.

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