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Harrods Bank
 

120 Day Notice Account - New Customers

ACCOUNT AVAILABLE TO NEW CUSTOMERS ONLY
 
For customers with balances of £20,000 or more, and with a withdrawal notice period of 120 days, this account offers an attractive interest rate of 0.60% AER1/0.60% Gross2 p.a. Interest is paid quarterly on cleared balances of £20,000 or more.
 
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  • Accounts may be credited with a single initial credit of a minimum of £20,000
  • Additional credits may be made at any time, up to a maximum balance of £2,500,000
  • Interest is paid quarterly on cleared balances of £20,000 or more
  • 120 days notice is required to make a withdrawal
  • There is no fee to withdraw funds
  • Customers must be a minimum of 18 years of age, and a UK resident

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ACCOUNT SUMMARY

Account Name 120 Day Notice Account
Interest Rates Interest rate payable – variable
Interest paid quarterly on cleared balances above £20,000
Minimum deposit £20,000. Maximum deposit £2,500,000
Please see our current Credit Interest Rates for Customers
Tax Status Interest is paid at the Gross rate without deducting any tax. Any interest earned will count towards your Personal Savings Allowance and you will be responsible for paying any tax due on interest credited to your account. Please refer to HMRC for further details.
Conditions for Bonus Payment Not applicable – no bonus payment.
Withdrawal Arrangements Notice period – 120 days.
No withdrawals without notice are permitted.
Access Cash at counter – Harrods Bank Ltd.
By arrangement – postal or telephone request.
Eligibility These accounts are only open to individuals of 18 years and above.
The Bank has the right to withdraw the product at any time and you will not be informed in writing if the Bank does so. (please note this does not apply for existing holders of this account)
UK Residents only.
 

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1 AER stands for Annual Equivalent Rate and illustrates what the interest rate would be if interest was paid and compounded each year. This allows you to compare easily what return you can expect from your savings over time.

2 The Gross Rate is the rate of interest you would receive on a savings account before the deduction of Basic Rate Tax.