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Whiteaway Laidlaw Bank covers all savings bases

Whiteaway Laidlaw Bank covers all savings bases

Category: Savings

Updated: 01/08/2011
First Published: 15/07/2011

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Whiteaway Laidlaw Bank has launched three new savings accounts which should cover all savings needs.

The new Fixed Term Deposits 1st Issue offers: 3.51% for one year; 4.26% for three years; and 4.75% for five years.

At 3.51% and 4.26% the one and two year options are market leaders in their fields, with the five year bond at 4.75% sitting just below the market leader.

On all bonds no earlier access is permitted, although additions can be made whilst the issues remain open, and a minimum deposit of £5 must be made.

Four out of five Moneyfacts stars have been awarded.

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