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Product focus: Five year fixed rate bonds

Product focus: Five year fixed rate bonds

Category: Savings

Updated: 12/03/2010
First Published: 12/03/2010

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Many savings customers prefer to visit their provider's branch to conduct business, as opposed to using call centres, the internet or relying on the post. For those looking for long term investments, there are a range of fixed rate bonds available which can be operated in branch. Here are the current top five year fixed rate bonds.

Principality Building Society – Fixed Rate Bond 161



This account pays a rate of 4.80pc on its anniversary. Savers can invest between £500 and £1m and further additions can be made while the issue is open. Early access is allowed on account closure subject to 360 days' loss of interest. The account can be operated in branch and by post by savers of all ages.

United Trust Bank – 5 Year Fixed Deposit



United Trust Bank's five year bond pays a rate of 4.75pc on its anniversary. Investments range between £500 and £500,000. Early access and further additions are not allowed. The account can be operated in branch, by post or fax by savers aged 16 and over.

Progressive Building Society – Limited Issue Five Year Fixed Term Bond Issue 12



This account, launched recently, pays an annual rate of 4.50pc. Savers can invest between £500 and £1m and further additions are allowed while issue is open. Early access is not allowed. The account is available to savers of all ages and can be operated in branch and by post.

Find the best savings accounts for you - Compare long term fixed rate bonds

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