SRBS - Interest Rates

Interest Rates

Everyone wants their savings to work as hard as they can – so the table below clearly shows all of our interest rates, which are effective from 1 October 2018 unless otherwise stated below.

Account NameBalances

Gross & AER %

From 01/05/2020

Previous Rate from

01/10/2018 unless stated

Regular Savings – Issue 1£25 - £100,0001.00%2.00%
From 11/12/2019
Notice 35£5,000 - £75,000NA0.35%
From 03/08/2020
Notice 60£10,000 - £100,000 0.50%1.20%
From 01/07/2019
Notice 90£15,000 - £150,000NA0.80%
From 09/10/2020
Pullman (Including Coachman)£1 - £450,0000.15%

0.80%

Cash ISA£1 upwards0.40%1.10%
First Track (Children)£1 - £50,0000.50%1.50%
Junior ISA£1 upwards1.75%2.75%
Black & White *£100 - £100,0000.05%0.60%
KHH Hospice Affinity Account~^£100 - £100,0000.05%0.60%
From 01/11/2019
Support Staffordshire (Formally Stafford Community)~£100 - £100,0000.05%0.60%
Stafford Rugby – Black & Amber~^£100 - £100,0000.05%0.60%
From 01/11/2019
Corporate Pullman
 
£1 - £450,0000.10%0.45%
From 01/06/2019
Client account
(Closed Issue)
£1 - £450,0000.05%0.15%

Pullman - Monthly Interest
(Closed Issue)

£1 - £450,0000.05%0.60%

World Land Trust
(Closed Issue)

£1 - £450,0000.05%0.60%

* In addition to the interest rate shown, 1% of your average yearly balance is paid to Stafford Rangers FC.

~ In addition to the interest rate shown, 0.20% of your average yearly balance is paid to either Katharine House Hospice, Support Staffordshire or Stafford Rugby Club depending on your affinity account.

Gross means the contractual rate of interest payable before deduction of tax at the current rate. 

AER means the Annual Equivalent Rate and illustrates what the interest would be if interest was paid and compounded.

If you would like further information about any of these accounts, or if you would like to request an application form simply contact us stating which account you are interested in.

All interest rates are subject to change. Current interest rates can always be obtained from the Society by telephone, or from the banking hall.