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Stroud & Swindon launches new savings account

Stroud & Swindon is launching a new savers account through it&#39s direct arm. Savers can receive a rate of 5.25% by investing in the new account. The current rates include a 0.25% introductory bonus.

The minimum initial deposit is £5,000 while the maximum is £500,000. Savers can arrange to withdraw funds direct to their bank account up to three times in any one calendar year. There are no charges for withdrawals, which must be above £1,000. Additional deposits in excess of £1,000 can be made at any time.

The Direct Premium Saver Account is available from 4 July. 

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