🔔 New leading cash ISA and market-leading easy access rate

03rd May 2018

Bank of Cyprus UK has launched a new version of its Online Easy Access Account* today, with a market-leading.

The latest version pays 1.31% gross/AER - which includes a 0.46% bonus for the first 12 months.

 

Looking at the best easy access rate that does not include a bonus, we find both RCI Bank* and Kent Reliance paying 1.30% gross/AER.

 

Hodge Bank hit the headlines amongst fixed rate cash ISAs today, following the launch of its new range and now features in a number of our tables.

 

Most striking of the bunch is its new one year fixed rate cash ISA paying 1.50% tax free/AER, which stormed to the top spot.

Meanwhile, the improvements on its three and five year offerings push the provider higher up each table, with the three year paying 1.80% tax free/AER holding joint second position.

 

Hodge Bank also launched new versions of its fixed rate bonds, this time we see its two year account paying 2.10% gross/AER in joint second place with PCF Bank.

 

Other leading rates and further details of each of these accounts can be found in our best buy tables via the links below.

 

If you would like any help with your savings, call us today on 0800 011 9705. We'd love to hear from you.

 

Best Savings Deals Available Today

 

Variable Rate ISAs

 

Coventry Building Society
Best Rate (AER): 1.35% (30 day notice)
Apply here >>

 

Coventry Building Society
Best Rate (AER): 1.25% (easy access)
Apply here >>

 

Shawbrook Bank
Best Rate (AER): 1.25% (easy access)
Apply here >>

 

Paragon
Best Rate (AER): 1.25% (easy access)
Apply here >>

 

Fixed Rate Bonds

 

Investec
Best Rate (AER): 1.90% (1 Year)
Apply here >>

 

Secure Trust Bank
Best Rate (AER): 2.16% (2 Years)
Apply here >>

 

RCI Bank^*
Best Rate (AER): 2.31% (3 Years)
Apply here >>

 

Vanquis Bank*
Best Rate (AER): 2.52% (4 Years)
Apply here >>

 

Vanquis Bank*
Best Rate (AER): 2.70% (5 Years)
Apply here >>

 

View all the best rates on the market

High Interest Current Accounts
Easy Access
Fixed Rate Bonds
Variable Rate ISAs
> Fixed Rate ISAs
Notice Accounts
Monthly Income
Regular Savings

Children's Accounts

Junior ISAs
Help to Buy ISAs
Sharia Accounts
Business Easy Access
Business Fixed Rate Bonds
Business Notice Accounts

Our Best Buy Tables are based on whole of market research, independent and have no commercial bias, ensuring that you can rely on them to make an informed decision. Alternatively, please call us on 0800 011 9705 to discuss your savings with one of our expert advisers.

 

Share your experience

At Savings Champion we are passionate about getting a good deal for savers – and this means not only recommending providers that offer good rates - but also those that provide great customer service.
 
With this in mind, we would love to hear about your experiences, both good and bad!
 
Please share your experiences by taking five minutes to complete our ‘rate your provider’ survey and help inform your fellow savers about who gives great service and which providers need to improve.

Submit your review

 

†High interest current accounts often have a number of conditions attached to qualify for the headline rate. Please ensure you carefully read the terms and conditions before proceeding. Many of these current accounts do not require customers to switch their main account.

*We are occasionally paid by some providers if you click through from our Best Buy Tables and open a savings or current account with them. We will never accept a payment that compromises in any way our independent, whole of market approach to providing information on savings products. For clarity we will indicate those companies who remunerate us with an asterisk (*).

^Deposits held with RCI Bank are covered up to the value of €100,000 by the FGDR, which is the French equivalent of the UK Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS). For more information on this, please call one of our advisers.

~Deposits held with Ikano Bank are covered up to the value of £85,000 by the Swedish Deposit Insurance Scheme, which is the Swedish equivalent of the UK Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS). For more information on this, please call one of our advisers.

Contact Us