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Provider Rate Min/Max Deposit Opening Account Accessing Account Interest Options ISA Information ISA Access SG Verdict
Aldermore
0.40% (30 Day) £1,000 / No maximum

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  • Paid on Anniversary
  • Paid Away or Compounded
  • Paid Monthly
  • Paid Annually

- Transfers in accepted from: Cash ISAs, Stocks & Shares ISAs and Help to Buy ISAs

- Split ISA allowance

- This ISA is flexible

- Additional permitted ISA subscriptions are not accepted

Withdrawals allowed subject to 30 days notice or earlier access on loss of 30 days interest

Further additions are allowed

Peterborough based Aldermore launched in 2009 and look after over £10bn of deposits.  Aldermore were bought by South Africa's FirstRand in 2018. 

Aldermore has been an ISA provider since 2010.

Birmingham Bank
0.35% (1 month notice) £100 / No max

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  • Added to the account
  • Paid half yearly on 31st March and 30th September

- Transfers in accepted from: Cash ISAs only

- This ISA is not flexible and you are not able to re-deposit withdrawn funds if the re-deposit amount takes you above the maximum annual subscription limit in the tax year.

- Additional permitted ISA subscriptions are not accepted

Withdrawals are permitted with one month notice

Birmingham Bank was previously known as Bira Bank, which was bought by businessman Lee Bushell in January 2020 and rebranded as Birmingham Bank.

The Bank has only around £20m of savings in total so don't expect these rates to last long.

Buckinghamshire Building Society
0.30% (30 Day) £100 / £250,000

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  • Paid Away or Compounded
  • Paid Annually
  • Paid 31st December

- Transfers in accepted from: Cash ISAs, Lifetime ISAs and Help to Buy ISAs

- This ISA is not flexible and you are not able to re-deposit withdrawn funds if the re-deposit amount takes you above the maximum annual subscription limit in the tax year.

- Additional permitted ISA subscriptions are not accepted

Withdrawals are permitted with 30 days notice.  Immediate withdrawals are subject to 30 days loss of interest.

Additions are allowed

Buckinghamshire is based in Chalfont St Giles and is one of the smallest building societies in the UK, looking after £234m of deposits. 

Family Building Society
0.35% (£30,000+)
0.25% (£3,000+)
(35 Day)
£3,000 / £250,000

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  • Paid Annually
  • Added to the account
  • Paid 30th September

- Transfers in accepted from: Cash ISAs only

- This ISA is flexible

- Additional permitted ISA subscriptions are not accepted

Withdrawals are only permitted with 35 days notice

Additions are allowed

Epsom based Family Building Society is part of National Counties Building Society, the 11th largest in the UK.  It looks after £1.7bn of savings.

Kent Reliance
0.35% (60 Day) £1,000 / No maximum

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  • Paid Monthly
  • Paid Annually
  • Monthly interest paid on the last working day of the month Annual interest paid on 5th April

- Transfers in accepted from: Cash ISAs, Stocks & Shares ISAs, Lifetime ISAs and Help to Buy ISAs

- Split ISA allowance is permitted

- This ISA is not flexible and you are not able to re-deposit withdrawn funds if the re-deposit amount takes you above the maximum annual subscription limit in the tax year.

- Additional permitted ISA subscriptions are not accepted

Withdrawals are permitted with 60 days notice.  Withdrawals without notice are subject to the loss of 60 days interest.

Additions are allowed

Kent Reliance are part of One Savings Bank, which is listed on the FTSE 250.

One Savings Bank has recently completed its merger with Charter Court Financial Services (which includes Charter Savings Bank) and now looks after combined savings balances of £16.3bn

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