Who can open a non-personal savings account?
If you’re representing a club/society, a trust, charity, or a SIPP/SSAS pension scheme, you can apply for a non-personal savings account and take advantage of an interest rate that’s usually better than what the standard savings accounts can offer. At Hodge, we make things easy. With a minimum deposit of only £1,000 you can open a savings account for your charity, trust or club.
About our Non Personal Accounts
Are you looking for a charity savings account that keeps your excess money safe and growing? Are you representing a club, society, or trust and want to put your spare cash to work without taking big risks? There’s a savvy way to keep money working hard for you: it’s called a non-personal savings account and here, at Hodge, you’ve got plenty of options to choose from. Keep reading for more information on what you need to know before getting started, and how to find the savings account that suits your organisation best.
Fixed Rate Non-Personal Bonds Accounts
Our non-personal fixed rate bonds come in both short-term and long-term accounts, so you can choose what suits your organisation the best. Plus, your interest rate will be fixed, which means you’ll know exactly what amount of money you’ll be earning at the end of the term. You won’t be able to withdraw funds before then, but with options that go from a fixed term of only one month all the way to 5 years, you can always choose the length of time you’re most comfortable with.
Non-Personal Notice Accounts
For organisations that prize flexibility, there’s a non-personal savings account that give you the best of both worlds: a good interest rate and easier access to funds than a fixed bond account. Discover our full range of options, from no-notice accounts ideal for everyday saving, to 90-day notice accounts offering a good return on your investment.