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Save towards a particular goal or purchase

Get the peace of mind that comes from knowing you're ready for the unexpected

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Savings and Investment Accounts

Plan for your financial future with our savings and investment accounts, which have been expertly crafted to help you reach your medium to long-term goals.

Some benefits of our Savings and Investment accounts

Top rates

Get higher interest rates the longer you stay invested

Save and bank

Earn interest and use this account for day-to-day transactions

Unlimited Deposits

No restrictions on deposits into your account

Capital guaranteed

Know that your deposits will never be at risk of loss
See which account best suits you
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PureSave Savings Account

Save towards a particular goal or purchase, or get the peace of mind that comes from knowing you're ready for the unexpected. You earn interest each month, which means your money grows faster and you reach your financial goals quickly. You also get a debit card, which can be used at ATMs and point-of-sale terminals nationwide.

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Fixed Deposit Investment Account

A Fixed Deposit is an investment account where money is deposited for a fixed period and the interest rate does not change. It offers higher interest rates than ordinary savings accounts and is ideal if you want to save for a specific goal, like a wedding or a holiday.

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Bonus Investment Account

A Bonus Investment allows you to invest a lump sum over a chosen period and rewards you with bonus interest on maturity of your investment

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ContractSave Savings Account

ContractSave is an affordable, disciplined savings plan that can be tailored to suit your specific needs. It is ideal if you want to save for big future expenses like a deposit on a house, your children’s education or to top-up your retirement savings. A compulsory, monthly standing order is required to fund the account. This ensures that you save regularly over a pre-selected period– without giving in to the temptation to spend your savings.