Coventry BS has decreased the rate on its variable rate cash ISA, yet despite this it has remained competitive enough to stay in the Best Buy chart for its sector and earn a high rating.
Furness BS has increased selected rates by up to 0.20%, which sees its one and two-year ISAs enter the Best Buy charts for their respective sectors, earning a high rating at the same time.
Virgin Money has launched a new one-year fixed rate cash ISA which has entered the Best Buy chart for its sector, earning a high Moneyfacts rating in the process.
Family BS has launched a new one-year fixed rate cash ISA which has jumped straight to the number one spot in the Best Buy chart for its sector, earning a high Moneyfacts rating in the process.
Principality BS has released new issues of its five-year fixed rate ISA and two-year fixed bond, both sitting at the top of their respective Best Buy charts and deserving of a high rating. Here highlighted is the market-leading ISA.
Nationwide BS has increased its fixed ISA rates by up to 0.15%, which has seen its five-year deal strengthen its position in the Best Buy chart for its sector, earning a high rating in the process.
Principality BS has launched a new 18-month fixed rate cash ISA which has jumped straight to the number one spot in the Best Buy chart for its sector, earning a high Moneyfacts rating at the same time.
The Family BS has increased the rate on its variable rate cash ISA, which has become competitive enough to enter the Best Buy chart for its sector and earn a high rating.
Coventry Building Society has launched two brand new fixed rate ISAs over three and five-year terms, both of which receive a high Moneyfacts rating, while the five-year version comfortably earns a place in the Best Buys for its sector.
The three-year Fixed Rate ISA (Issue 39) pays a yearly rate of 1.40% to 31.5.20, while the five-year option (Issue 40) pays 1.70% yearly to 31.5.22, seeing it sit just shy of the market-leader for its term.
The finer details…
These ISAs require a minimum initial investment of £1. Additions are allowed for 14 days after account opening, while the issue is open or by 19 April 2017, whichever is longer. Transfers in from other ISAs are also permitted on account opening only. Earlier access in the form of withdrawals or transfers out is permitted on the loss of 180 days' interest and closure of the account. The ISAs can be opened and operated online, in branch, by post or by phone.
Bank of Cyprus UK has increased the rate on its one-year cash ISA by 0.05%. As a result, this deal has moved up to second place in the Best Buy chart for its sector, earning it a high rating.
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