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Investec Bank launches cash Isa

Investec Bank (UK) has launched two cash Isa accounts which pay IFAs 0.5 per cent commission.


The Premier Tessa-Isa is available for investors transferring the balances of their matured Tessa&#39s, while the Premier Cash-Isa is for new savers.


Both Isas pay a current variable rate of 6 per cent. Interest can be paid either on a monthly or annual basis.


The commission is calculated at 0.5 per cent of the initial investment and is payable after six months, subject to a minimum payment of £50 and a maximum of £100.

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