Shawbrook Bank has reviewed its savings offerings and increased the rates of its two-year bond and 120-day notice account by up to 0.15%. As a result, the positions of both have improved, earning them places just behind the market-leaders of their respective sectors.
2 Year Fixed Rate Bond Issue 25 now has a highly competitive rate of 2.25% yearly, allowing it to sit near the top of the Moneyfacts charts.
Meanwhile, 120 Day Notice Personal Savings Issue 22 has a new and improved rate of 1.75% yearly, which also earns it a coveted spot just behind the market-leader of its sector.
Both of these accounts can be opened by post or online with a minimum investment of £1,000. They can then be managed by post, by phone or online.
Further additions are welcomed while the issues remain open, but early access to funds is not permitted. For the notice account, 120 days' notice must always be served when making withdrawals, while savers opting for the fixed rate bond will need to be comfortable locking their money away for the full two years.
These deals were already competitive offerings, but their boost in rates has pushed them further up the charts. While early access is not possible, the option to add further funds offers savers some welcome flexibility. Consequently, these accounts are likely to tempt many eager savers looking for a good return.
Four Moneyfacts Stars have been awarded.
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