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Derbyshire introduces new fixed rate on 1-year Manx bond

The Derbyshire (Isle of Man) Limited is launching another new fixed rate available on its 1 year Manx bond, offering 5.05 per cent.

Issue 28 on the Manx Bond sees the Derbyshire raising the rate on its 1 year bond, while the rates on the two, three and five year bonds remain the same.

The offer is available until April 29, requiring a minimum investment of £5,000.

With the General Election imminent on May 5, and industry speculation about expected movement on rates, the Derbyshire believes its commitment to offering competitive rates in a difficult marketplace gives them an advantage.

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