Your Fixed Rate Bond Your ? year Fixed Rate Bond with 0 interest is about to mature
Reinvesting your Fixed Rate Bond
You have a number of reinvestment options available which include:
Reinvest into a new Fixed Rate Bond
Save between £5,000 - £500,000 and leave it untouched for the term with our 1 and 2 year Fixed Rate Bond. You can change the term,
whether interest is paid annually or monthly, the amount reinvested or the nominated current account or instant access savings accounts
(excluding all cash ISA accounts) to which interest is paid.
Important information – please read if you decide to reinvest into a Fixed Rate Bond Fixed Rate Bonds are available on a limited basis and may be withdrawn at any time. You need to be aged 18 years or over and permanently resident in the UK for tax purposes. Early closure may result in an early closure charge At least 30 days prior to the maturity date, we will send you information on the options available to you at maturity including an Information Sheet for a new Bond issue. At maturity date we will reinvest your initial deposit for you at the end of the term unless you tell us otherwise. Please see the Fixed Rate Bonds Information Sheet below for details of how this works.
Please ensure that you read the following:
( Fixed Rate Bonds information sheet PDF File 107KB) ( NatWest Personal and Private Banking Savings Account Terms PDF File 938KB) ( Summary box information PDFFile 297KB)
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Do you want to reinvest your maturing bond? My original Fixed Rate Bond
0 Customer Declaration
I can confirm that I have printed or downloaded and saved a copy of the following documents and that on completing the application I will be bound by the terms contained in these documents I declare that the information supplied on this application form is correct and agree to notify you of any changes I declare that I am living in the UK. Your right to cancel
The cancellation period begins on the later of the following two dates:
the date your account is opened; the first date on which you have received copies of: Personal and Private Banking – Terms and Conditions; and Personal and Private Banking – A Guide to Fees and Interest; and any other documents containing contractual terms relating to your account, including Fixed Rate Bonds Information sheet.