Secure Trust Bank increases ISA rates and launches new accounts to help people reach savings goals

By Linda Howard

Savers keen to boost their finances can take advantage of new deals from Secure Trust Bank as it has increased rates on its range of fixed rate ISAs as well as launching a number of new Notice Accounts and a Fixed Rate Bond.

New and existing savers can take advantage of a wide choice of products at market-leading rates to meet their savings goals.

Secure Trust Bank aims to offer savers products that are competitive within the marketplace at launch. As with other specialist banks, this can result in products being withdrawn at short notice once funding requirements are met or in response to sudden market fluctuations.

Secure Trust Bank recommends that customers act quickly to secure the rates on offer and note that terms and conditions apply.

New personal savings products now available

  • 1 Year Fixed Rate Cash ISA at 0.95%
  • 2 Year Fixed Rate Cash ISA at 1.15%
  • 3 Year Fixed Rate Cash ISA at 1.25%

Other new products also available

  • 5 Year Fixed Rate Bond at 1.80%
  • 30 Day Notice Account at 0.70%
  • 60 Day Notice Account at 0.80%
  • 90 Day Notice Account at 0.85%
  • 120 Day Notice Account at 0.90%

Commenting on the new offers, Richard Balfour, Head of Product at Secure Trust Bank, said: “These market-leading ISA products strengthen our savings offering, providing an excellent choice for customers looking to make the most of their savings.

“Our cash ISAs offer a tax efficient alternative to other savings products combined with market-leading rates, providing an ideal option for savers looking for a longer-term home for their money.

“Customers looking for more competitive returns on savings that may be earning little or no interest, which they do not need immediate access to, can take advantage of our Notice Account rates.”

All deposits are protected up to a total of £85,000 by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS).

Secure Trust Bank holds the Feefo Trusted Service award, an independent seal of excellence as rated by its savings customers - these products are available to new and existing customers on the same terms.

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