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No Notice Account

If you would like easy access to your savings then the No Notice Account may suit you.

The No Notice Account offers savers interest and allows easy access to funds.

You can add further funds, as long as they come from the same bank account as the original deposit.

Up to 0.10%

on deposits of £50,000+. Gross Rate* – interest paid annually and compounded.

Up to 0.10%

on deposits of £50,000+. Gross Rate* – interest paid monthly and paid away.

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Protecting your money

Your eligible deposits with Hodge Bank are protected up to a total of £85,000 by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme.

No Notice Account Summary

Account Name
No Notice Account.
What is the interest rate?
Up to 0.10% Gross Rate* - interest paid annually and compounded§ on deposits of £50,000+ for annual payment.
Up to 0.10% Gross Rate* – interest paid monthly and paid away§ on deposits of £50,000+ for monthly payment.
Can Hodge Bank change the interest rate?
Yes, Hodge Bank can change the interest rate and notice is not required.
What would the estimated balance be after 12 months based on a range of deposits?
Below £1,000 No Interest
£1,000+ £1,001.00
£5,000+ £5,005.00
£10,000+ £10,010.00
£50,000+ £50,050.00
Assumes interest is compounded and paid annually.
How do I open and manage my account?
You can open your account by post. You can manage your account by post, telephone and email. The minimum deposit for an No Notice Account is £1,000.
Can I withdraw money?
Yes. Notice is not required.
Additional information
If you're looking for any other type of account such as a business account, joint account or charity account, you can apply using our application form, which you can download or request from our Customer Services Team.

How to apply

You can choose to receive your interest monthly, or annually from your account. The interest rate on your account is flexible in line with the balance you hold.

Amount
Gross Rate* - interest paid annually
AER†
Gross Rate* - interest paid monthly
AER†
Amount £50,000+
Gross Rate* - interest paid annually 0.10%
AER† 0.10%
Gross Rate* - interest paid monthly 0.10%
AER† 0.10%
Amount £10,000+
Gross Rate* - interest paid annually 0.10%
AER† 0.10%
Gross Rate* - interest paid monthly 0.10%
AER† 0.10%
Amount £5,000+
Gross Rate* - interest paid annually 0.10%
AER† 0.10%
Gross Rate* - interest paid monthly 0.10%
AER† 0.10%
Amount £1,000+
Gross Rate* - interest paid annually 0.10%
AER† 0.10%
Gross Rate* - interest paid monthly 0.10%
AER† 0.10%
Amount Below £1,000
Gross Rate* - interest paid annually 0.00%
AER† 0.00%
Gross Rate* - interest paid monthly 0.00%
AER† 0.00%

Applying offline

You can apply for this account by post by downloading the application form below

By Post

Hodge Bank, One Central Square, Cardiff, CF10 1FS.

FAQs

AER stands for Annual Equivalent Rate. It shows the rate of interest a saver will receive over a year, on the assumption that the cash is left in the account for the full year without any withdrawals.
Compound interest is interest paid on the initial principle as well as the accumulated interest on money you have invested. You earn interest on the money you deposit, and on the interest you have already earned

Glossary of Terms

*Gross
Is the contractual rate of interest payable before the deducation of income tax at the rate specified by law. The payment can be made annually or monthly.

†AER
AER stands for Annual Equivalent Rate and illustrates what the interest rate would be if paid and compounded each year.

§Compounded interest and interest paid away
Compounded interest is interest that rolls up annually and is paid on maturity of the account. Interest paid away means the interest isn’t compounded over the term of the account. It is placed into a designated current account every month

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