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Top tracker bond launched by Chorley & District BS

Top tracker bond launched by Chorley & District BS

Category: Savings

Updated: 18/09/2012
First Published: 18/09/2012

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Chorley & District Building Society has launched a variable one year tracker bond, paying a market leading rate of 3.25%.

The basics…

The 1 Year Tracker Bond (Issue 2) pays an annual rate of 3.25% to savers with investments between £1,000 and £350,000. The rate is guaranteed to be 2.75% above base rate.

The finer details….

Further additions and early access are not permitted. A nominated account must be opened alongside the bond to handle maturity proceeds. The account can be operated in branch and by post and savers must be aged 18 and over.

Why we like it…

This tracker bond pays a highly competitive rate and as a result has been awarded four out of five Moneyfacts stars.

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