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Fixed term savings accounts and bonds

Fixed term savings accounts are longer term deposits, ideal for customers who don't need access to their money for a fixed period of time. You can choose from our fixed rate bonds or our fixed rate Cash ISAs.

Fixed rate bonds

If you like the idea of saving with a known rate of return, our fixed rate bonds may be the answer. They pay a fixed rate of interest during the term and let you have access subject to a loss of interest charge. No access is allowed on terms of less than 2 years.

Refer to this key to help you understand the key features of these accounts.

  • Single account holder only
  • Joint account holders available
  • Apply online
  • Apply by telephone
  • Monthly interest
  • Yearly interest
  • ISA transfers allowed
  • Interest on maturity
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Rates

Term

Access

Features

Balance
after 12 months
(per £1k deposit)

Bonus rates

The estimated balance after 12 months is for illustrative purposes only. It is based on the gross rates shown

1 year fixed rate bond (yearly interest)1 year fixed rate bond (yearly interest)

£1

1.60%
Gross / AER fixed
1.28% Net

1 year

  • No Access Permitted
  • Manage by post

Joint account holders available
Apply online
Apply by telephone
Interest on maturity

£1016.00

There is no bonus available on this account.

1 year fixed rate bond (monthly interest)1 year fixed rate bond (monthly interest)

£1

1.59%
Gross
1.60% AER fixed
1.27% Net

1 year

  • No Access Permitted
  • Manage by post

Joint account holders available
Apply online
Apply by telephone
Monthly interest

£1016.02

There is no bonus available on this account.
  • Single account holder only
  • Joint account holders available
  • Apply online
  • Apply by telephone
  • Monthly interest
  • Yearly interest
  • ISA transfers allowed
  • Interest on maturity

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Fixed rate cash ISAs

If you haven't made the most of your tax free cash ISA allowance see our fixed rate tax free savings accounts.

Gross is the contractual rate of interest payable before the deduction of income tax at the rate specified by law.

AER stands for Annual Equivalent Rate and illustrates what the interest rate would be if interest was paid and compounded once each year. As every advertisement for a savings product, which quotes an interest rate, will contain an AER you will be able to compare more easily what return you can expect from your savings over time.

NET rates are illustrative only, allowing for the deduction of income tax at 20%. If you are a higher rate tax payer, you may have a further amount to pay. If we deduct more tax than you have to pay this can be reclaimed from HMRC.

Tax free is the contractual rate of interest payable where interest is exempt from income tax.

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