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Principality BS joins the ISA party

Principality BS joins the ISA party

Category: Savings

Updated: 09/04/2010
First Published: 09/04/2010

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Principality BS has launched a number of new savings products including a one year ISA that pays a highly competitive rate.

The Fixed Rate Regular Saver ISA is a cash product that matures on 5.4.11, paying a rate of 4.00% on a minimum investment of £20 per month (maximum £425).

Twelve payments need to be made by standing order and no withdrawals are permitted. A Variable Rate Cash ISA rate is paid if payments are missed, a withdrawal is made, the account is closed or transfers out are made.

Transfers in are not permitted, but payments can be made in March to top up ISA limits (£5.1K).

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