Close Brothers Savings has raised the rates of selected fixed rate bonds by 0.10%, earning two of its deals prime positions on the Moneyfacts charts.
The two-year version of Online Fixed Term Deposit now pays 2.20% yearly, a top 10 rate for its term, while its five-year counterpart pays 2.95% to see it comfortably take its place among its competitors.
These internet-operated accounts require initial investments of at least £10,000, making them ideal for those with a significant lump sum to invest. As is common in the sector, no flexibility for further additions or early access is offered, so savers will need to be comfortable with their chosen term from the outset.
Close Brothers Savings' latest review ensures that its fixed rate bonds will be noticed by eager savers looking for a healthy return on their investment, with both versions securing comfortable positions in the top 10.
Moneyfacts rating: Excellent
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