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Jarvis offers 4.6 per cent cash Isa

Jarvis Investment Management has pushed the interest rate of its cash Isa up to 4.6 per cent. The new increased rate applies from today. The minimum investment is £250 or regular montly payments of £25. It has both mini and Tessa options.

The product is offered in conjunction with Anglo Irish Bank Corporation. Jarvis and its parent company Sion Holdings are both Ofex-listed.

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