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Skipton Guernsey launches two fixed rate bonds


Skipton Guernsey, the offshore arm of Skipton Building Society is launching two new fixed rate bonds.


The bonds can be fixed to either September 30, 2000 or 2002.


The one year bond is fixed at 6 per cent gross and the three year at 6.75 per cent gross.


Both bonds are subject to a minimum investment of £10,000 and a maximum of £2m.


The bonds are available to new and existing customers on a first come first served basis.


Skipton Guernsey director Mark Smitheringale says: I am delighted that we are able to offer both existing and prospective customers the opportunity to invest in these attractive bonds.&#34

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