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Secure Trust Bank impresses with notice account

Secure Trust Bank impresses with notice account

Category: Savings

Updated: 17/12/2009
First Published: 14/12/2009

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Secure Trust Bank has launched a new 120 day notice account that can operated by branch, phone or post.

For a minimum investment of £1K, it pays 3.21% quarterly. Earlier access is subject to 120 days' loss of interest, three capital withdrawals are permitted per year and the minimum addition is £500.

It is good to see Secure Trust Bank complement its existing 60 and 90 day notice accounts. This 120 day account offers clients a higher rate for the longer notice period and enters the top six notice accounts.

This new account has been awarded four out of five Moneyfacts stars.

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