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Legal & General Bank – Easy Access Tracker Account (inserted 29/11/99)

Easy Access Tracker Account



Type: Tracker account with interest rates linked to movements in London Inter Bank Offered Rate. Rates will be set at quarterly intervals until February 27, 2001 and 3 month LIBOR minus 0.5% thereafter. Monthly income option available on balances of £5,000 and above.



Minimum-maximum investment: £1-£1m.



Interest rates: 6.26% gross.



Term: None.



Offer period: None.



Withdrawal penalties: None – minimum withdrawal £100.



Tel: 0500 111200.





















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