Our notice accounts give the security of great rates and the flexibility to add as you wish and withdraw within the notice periods.
Our Notice Accounts
|Term||Gross Annual Interest||Gross Monthly Interest||AER*|
|35 day notice
|95 day notice
|*AER stands for annual equivalent rate and illustrates the interest rate if it was paid and compounded once each year.|
- Reassurance that the variable interest rate on our notice account is above the Base Rate
- Transparent. Our rates are not artificially inflated by bonuses or introductory offers
- Fast and easy to set up an account, complete identity checks and deposit your savings - all quick and easy online
- Accessible. Open an account with anything from £5,000
- Flexible. Add to your savings whenever you want
- Access to make withdrawals, but you do need to give the appropriate notice period. Early withdrawals aren’t allowed
- Easy and secure to operate the account online
- All savings are covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme up to £85,000 per saver
If you have any questions before or during your application you can call our team on 0345 600 0011* or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
*Number charged at the local call rate.
AER. AER stands for the Annual Equivalent Rate, a notional rate which illustrates what the interest rate would be if paid and compounded on an annual basis.
Gross. This is the interest rate paid on your account. For any further information please visit HMRC at www.hmrc.gov.uk.
Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS). This product is covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS). The FSCS can pay compensation to depositors if a bank is unable to meet its financial obligations. For further information about the compensation provided by the FSCS (including amounts covered and eligibility to claim), refer to the FSCS website www.FSCS.org.uk.
Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA)/Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). Wyelands Bank Plc is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority.