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Bonds

Put your money away for a fixed rate of return

If you’re serious about saving, you can lock your money away in one of our current bonds and know exactly what it will earn.

 

Our current bonds

Here are the bonds you can currently open. You may find that previous bonds have different interest rates.

Flexible Bond

2 Year Flexible Bond

  • 0.65% AER/gross pa 1 on balances of £1 to £1 million
  • 2-Year fixed-rate term
  • Up to 3 withdrawals, each one up to 10% of your initial deposit 2
  • Open with £1 to £1 million

 

Fixed Bonds

1 Year Fixed Rate Bond

  • 0.55% AER/gross pa 1 on balances of £500 to £1 million
  • 1-year fixed-rate term
  • No withdrawals
  • Open with £500 to £1 million
Premier Flexible Bond

2 Year Premier Flexible Bond

  • 0.80% AER/gross pa 1 on balances of £1 to £1 million
  • Available for Premier customers only
  • 2-year fixed-rate term
  • Up to 3 withdrawals, each one up to 10% of your initial deposit 2
  • Open with £1 to £1 million

More ways to save

If these bonds aren't what you're looking for, we have other options for you to consider.

Savings

Savings

Want more access to your money? See our range of savings accounts.

 

ISAS

Cash ISAs

Take advantage of tax-free savings while having access to your money 2.

 

Investments

Investment ISA

Take advantage of tax-efficient investing.

The value of investments can fall as well as rise and you may get back less than you invest. Tax rules may change and their effects depend on your circumstances.

Important information

Flexible bonds, fixed-rate bonds and Premier flexible bonds are limited offers that may be withdrawn at any time. Terms and conditions apply.

1.‘Gross’ is the rate payable without tax taken off. AER (Annual Equivalent Rate) illustrates what the interest rate would be if interest was paid and compounded once each year. Rates are shown for end of term option. Interest can also be paid monthly or annually.

2. Rates are fixed for the term of the bond, but the amount of interest you receive will depend on the number and value of the withdrawals you make. If your Flexible Bond has tiered interest rates, then withdrawals may take you into a lower tier.

3. Tax-free: indicates that interest is exempt from UK income tax provided all ISA conditions are met. The level and basis of tax can change and the value of tax relief depends on your personal circumstances.