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Bank of Ireland/Askis – 18-Month Premium Fixed-Term Deposit

Bank of Ireland/Askis – 18-Month Premium Fixed-Term Deposit

18-Month Premium Fixed-Term Deposit

Type: Fixed-rate savings account

Minimum-maximum investment: £50,000-£50m

Fixed term: 18 months

Fixed rate: 0.245% a month or 4.5041% at the end of the term

Withdrawal penalties: Withdrawals subject to 90 days’ loss of interest

Commission: Subject to negotiation

Contact: www.ask-is.com

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