Our Notice Accounts offer attractive rates of interest, combined with the flexibility to withdraw your funds by giving the relevant notice keeping you in total control of your personal finances. At present, UBL UK offers 90 Day Notice Accounts.
The key features and benefits of our Notice Accounts are as follows:
|Account Name||90 Day Notice Account|
It is a variable rate, with the rate as at 2 May 2017 shown below:
|Can UBL UK change the interest rate?||
As this account pays a variable rate of interest, the rate can change over time. For example we might review the interest rate if the Bank of England base rate changes. We'll always let you know of any planned changes to the rate.
A two months' notice period will be given for all variable interest rate changes.
|What would the estimated balance be at the end of 12 months based on £1,000 deposit?||
A deposit of £1,000 at an annual Gross rate of 1.00% would generate an estimated balance of £1,010.00
This estimate is for illustrative purposes only and do not take into account individual circumstances.
Assumptions taken for above calculations;
|How do I open and manage my account||
You must be;
|Can I withdraw money?||
Withdrawals can be made by giving 90 days' notice.
If you wish to withdraw money from your 90 Day Notice Account without giving us the required notice, or before the expiry of the notice period, an Early Withdrawal Charge equivalent to 90 days' gross interest will be applicable to the amount being withdrawn.
If the interest earned on your Notice Account is insufficient then the Early Withdrawal Charge will be deducted from your deposit and accrued interest, which may take your balance below the minimum interest earning balance.
The Early Withdrawal Charge will not be applied in the event of the death of an Account holder (or one of them in case of a Joint Account).
This account can be held in single or joint names.
There is a 14 day cooling off period for the 90 Day Notice Account. If you decide to cancel within the 14 days we will not deduct Early Withdrawal Charges, but you will not be entitled to interest for the number of days your deposit has been with us.
Interest will be paid using the Gross Rate and tax will not be deducted where your interest is exempt.
Gross rate means we won't deduct tax from the interest we pay on money in your account. It's your responsibility to pay any tax you may owe to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC).
AER stands for 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 include an AER, it makes it easier for you to compare what return you can expect from your savings over time.
Contractual rate of interest payable before the deduction of any income tax.
AER Annual Equivalent Rate and Illustrates what the interest would be if interest was paid and compounded each year.