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Our 3 Year Fixed Term Deposit Account offers your clients a fixed rate of return on their savings for the next three years. You will earn 0.01% annual trail fee (paid quarterly) based on your total client balances.
Transfer all or some of the maturity balance into a Fixed Term Deposit Account for another three years:
We regularly launch new issues of our Fixed Term Deposit Accounts, which are available for a limited time only. You should therefore only visit the account pages after the maturity date of the existing Fixed Term Deposit Account, to ensure the rate you see advertised is the rate your client will receive if they apply for this option. The interest rate advertised before the existing account has matured may be different to the rate your client would receive, as the funds are reinvested after the maturity date.
When your client's Fixed Term Deposit Account matures, they'll need to decide what they'd like to do with the proceeds. If they'd like to withdraw some or all of the balance on the maturity date, we can arrange this for them.
If your client needs more time to decide, on the maturity date we’ll automatically transfer the balance into the Scottish Widows Bank Maturity Base Rate Tracker for personal funds. This account allows quick and easy access, and pays interest at the Bank of England Base Rate Look at the Terms and Conditions for this account (PDF)
We'll write to you and your client at least 30 days before the maturity date.
Note: While we can accept your instruction to open a new account before the maturity date, your client’s funds can’t be transferred until after the maturity date, without incurring any applicable penalty.
Our 3 Year Fixed Term Deposit Account is ideal if your client:
The 3 Year Fixed Term Deposit Account offers an interest rate that is fixed for 3 years.
Issue 80: Offer period 14/11/2019 – 15/01/2020 | Maturity date: 16/01/2023
Withdrawals by CHAPS transfer to another UK account - £25.
We may charge for duplicate statements - £5.
Interest will be paid monthly, quarterly or annually to either another Scottish Widows Bank deposit account or an external bank account held in your name. Please note that the contractual rate of interest on your account will be lower than the annual gross interest rate if you have interest paid monthly or quarterly.
AER – Stands for the Annual Equivalent Rate and illustrates what the interest rate would be if interest was paid and compounded once each year. (As every advertisement for a savings product which quotes an interest rate will contain an AER, you will be able to compare more easily what return you can expect from your savings over time).
Gross – Gross rate means that we will not deduct tax automatically from interest payments. The account holder is responsible for paying any tax due to HMRC.
The AER advertised is based on interest paid gross and capitalised to the account once a year – please note that other interest payment periods are available and the actual interest rate on your account will be lower if you have interest applied more frequently, but when compounded will equal the AER.
|3 Year Fixed Term Deposit Account|
The fixed rate of interest, determined prior to the specified issue being promoted, will apply from when the account is opened until maturity. The interest earned during the offer period will be paid to your pre-advised account at the end of the offer period. The interest earned after the end of the offer period will be paid away monthly, quarterly or annually to either another Scottish Widows Bank account or your pre-advised account. Where interest is paid monthly it will be paid on the first business day of the month.
Interest must be paid away to either another Scottish Widows Bank savings account or an external bank account held in your name.
Interest can be paid monthly, quarterly or annually. Please see above for current interest rate information.
|Interest will be paid gross and your client will be responsible for paying any tax due to HMRC.|
Conditions for bonus payment
|No bonus payment applies to this account.|
No partial withdrawals allowed. If you need to withdraw your money before the end of the term, you can close your Fixed Term Deposit Account, however you will be charged an amount equal to 200 days' interest.
We will work this out at the rate at which we pay interest on your Fixed Term Deposit Account. We may take this amount from the interest we owe you on your account which we have not yet paid. If there is not enough interest that we have not yet paid we will take this amount from your Fixed Term Deposit Account. You may therefore get back less than you first invested.
On death of customers before the end of the term, the initial capital plus the full amount of accrued interest will be returned.
|Access is normally only at the end of the agreed term. We'll write to clients before the account matures to ask what they'd like us to do with their money.|
Before applying you should ensure your client has been provided with a copy of the account Personal Savings Account Conditions (PDF) and Interest Rates and Charges Sheet (PDF) You must also provide a copy of our FSCS Information Sheet (PDF)
Please complete the application form (PDF) and return it to:
Scottish Widows Bank
PO Box 883
Register your firm to submit savings business with Scottish Widows Bank.