Legacy savings accounts

 

These accounts are no longer accepting new applications.

This is intended for information purposes only.

 
  • Investec Cash ISA

    The Cash ISA limit from 6 April 2018 to 5 April 2019 is £20,000.

    Key features
    • The Investec Cash ISA is a tax-free savings account
    • One month's notice is required to withdraw your funds
    • To see rates for this product, please see the rates table here
    • Interest is paid monthly or annually
    • The minimum balance is £1,000.
  • Investec High 5 Account

    Key features
    • The Investec High 5 Account pays the average of the five highest savings rates  published on the Moneyfacts website. 
    • Each Tuesday (or on the next Working Day, if this is not a Working Day), Moneyfacts will select the five highest rates to  calculate the interest rate applicable to the account from any of the following three categories: (1) easy access – no bonus; (2) notice accounts; and (3) monthly interest accounts. Moneyfacts will only include in its calculation accounts provided by an Eligible Provider
    • A bank or building society is considered an Eligible Provider, should they hold £5bn or more in consumer deposits and are FSCS protected. Please find our Eligible Provider list below
    • Three-month notice account
    • Interest is paid monthly or annually and can be paid away to another UK bank or building society
    • Online banking access
    • Minimum balance of £25,000 to earn interest
    • Maximum balance of £100,000.
    Historical interest rates >
    Eligible provider list >
  • Investec High 5 Account Issue 2

    Key features
    • The Investec High 5 Account pays the average of the five highest savings rates  published on the Moneyfacts website. 
    • Each Tuesday (or on the next Working Day, if this is not a Working Day), Moneyfacts will select the five highest rates to calculate the interest rate applicable to the account from any of the following three categories: (1) easy access – no bonus; (2) notice accounts; and (3) monthly interest accounts. Moneyfacts will only include in its calculation accounts provided by an Eligible Provider
    • A bank or building society is considered an Eligible Provider, should they hold £5bn or more in consumer deposits and are FSCS protected. Please find our Eligible Provider list belowThree-month notice account, with no early withdrawals permitted
    • Interest is paid monthly or annually and can be paid away to another UK bank or building society
    • Online banking access
    • Maximum balance of £100,000
    • A minimum balance of £25,000 is required to earn interest.
    Historical interest rates >
    Eligible provider list >
  • 3 Year Base Rate Plus - protect your returns

    Key features
    • Interest is paid annually
    • To see rates for release one and release two of this product, please see the rates table here
    • The term of the account is 3 years. You will not be able to close early or withdraw your money during this 3-year term
    • The minimum balance is £25,000
    • The maximum balance is £2,000,000.
  • 5 Year Step Up Bond - protect your returns

    • The interest rate on this fixed-term bond is fixed for the first three years and then increases for the remaining 2 years 
    • Interest is paid annually 
    • To see rates for this product, please see the rates table here
    • The term of the account is 5 years. You will not be able to close early or withdraw your money during the term of your account
    • The minimum balance is £25,000
    • The maximum balance is £2,000,000.
  • Direct Reserve Account

    Key Features
    • To see rates for this product, please see the rates table here
    • The minimum balance is £25,000, US$25,000 or €25,000
    • The maximum balance is £2,000,000 or US$2,000,000 or €2,000,000
    • There is a one-month notice period to withdraw funds from your account
    • Interest is paid monthly or annually.

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ˆ Gross p.a. is the rate of interest before any tax is deducted.
* AER stands for the Annual Equivalent Rate and illustrates what the interest rate would be if interest was paid and compounded once a year. The AER is intended to be an indicative rate to help you compare the return on different savings products.