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Cater Allen – Special Term Deposit Account

Tuesday, 17th October 2000.



Type: High interest account.



Minimum-maximum investment: £50,000-£1m.



Interest rates: One-and-three month terms: £50,000-£249,999 &#45 5.9 per cent gross a year, £250,000-£499,999 &#45 5.95 per cent gross a year, £500,000-£999,999 – 5.97 per cent gross a year, £1 million &#45 6 per cent gross a year. Four-and-five month terms: £50,000 -£249,999 &#45 6.04 per cent gross a year, £250,000-£499,999 &#45 6.07 per cent gross a year, £500,000-£999,999 6.09 per cent gross a year, £1 million &#45 6.12 per cent gross a year. Six- and-12 month terms: £50,000-£249,999 – 6.17 per cent gross a year, 250,000-£499,999 – 6.2 per cent gross a year, £500,000- £999,999 &#45 annual 6.22 per cent gross a year, £1 m – 6.25 per cent gross a year.



Terms:One, three, four, five, six or 12 months.



Offer period: Until further notice.



Withdrawal penalties: None.



Tel: 0500 009462.



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