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New bond from Portman

Portman Building Society is launching a three-year step up bond paying 4.25 per cent in the first year, 5 per cent in the second year and 6 per cent in the third year.

Minimum investment is £500, with a maximum of £250,000 and is paid each year.

Portman has also launched a one-year fixed rate bond paying 4.25 per cent gross, also for investments between £500 and £250,000.

Portman group communications manager Mike Dobson says: “Consumers who have managed t keep hold of their nest egg over the festive period and who are seeking the security of a guaranteed return on their savings should look closely at this bond.”


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