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United Trust Bank raises its savings profile

United Trust Bank raises its savings profile

Category: Savings

Updated: 01/08/2011
First Published: 20/07/2011

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United Trust Bank has raised the rates on its fixed rate bonds to improve its position in the savings market.

The five year ISA paying 4.45% should appeal to those looking to transfer ISAs from a previous tax year, as it is now amongst the top three rates available in this field.

Meanwhile, the three year bond at 4.20% is now also amongst the best accounts available over this term.

As is the case with most fixed rate savings accounts, access to funds is not allowed during the term.

Business accounts have also seen their rates raised, leaving them far more competitive too.

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