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The name’s Bond, Super Bond

The name’s Bond, Super Bond

Category: Savings

Updated: 05/02/2010
First Published: 04/02/2010

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Santander has launched Issue 17 of its popular Super Bond, paying the same rates as the product it replaces.

The fixed term branch based account matures on 1.3.11, paying a yearly rate of 5.00% (4.89% monthly) on a minimum investment of £1and 6.00% (5.84%) on balances from £250K.

No further additions are allowed, but early access is permitted on closure only without penalty.

Customers must invest an equal amount or more in a qualifying Santander Asset Management product (Premium and Portfolio investments as well as capital guaranteed investment) at the same time.

An open or instant access savings account must be held in order to allow transactions.

This is one of the top paying rates available, although investors must make sure they can adhere to its and conditions.

The Super Bond has been awarded four out of five Moneyfacts stars.

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