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February 19, 2019

Kingdom Bank launches a new one year Cash ISA savings account.

Kingdom Bank has recently launched a limited issue new ISA account which is currently featured as the number one variable rate Cash ISA account on Savings Champion. With an interest rate which tracks the Bank of England base rate plus 0.75%, the current interest rate is therefore 1.5%.

Titled ‘One year Base Rate Plus Cash ISA’ the account is a fixed term investment of one year with no withdrawals and can be opened with a minimum deposit of £2,000 with the option to add further deposits at any time (in accordance with the ISA contribution limit).

In addition to the attractive interest rate on offer saving with Kingdom Bank enables customers an opportunity to support a Bank that is working towards growing God’s Kingdom further. The Bank’s current financial services assist churches, charities and individuals to invest in projects that reach out and support people and organisations, changing lives for good. More information on the Bank’s work can be found on our website

Chris Sheldon CEO said ‘As we head towards the new financial year, now is an excellent time for savers to consider their existing ISA deposits or open a new ISA account, we are delighted therefore to launch this new Cash ISA account’.

For further information please contact Kingdom Bank on 0115 921 7280 or visit:

Kingdom Bank Limited is registered in England and Wales No. 4346834. Authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority. Registered Office: Ruddington Fields Business Park, Mere Way, Ruddington, Nottingham, NG11 6JS. Our Financial Services Register number is 400972. The Financial Services Register can be viewed at

Press Enquiries: Richard Dearden, Head of Business Development. 0115 921 7250

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