Offshore Notice Account Available for Expat Savers from AIB International Savings Isle of Man

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Award winning expat savings bank AIB International Savings has again released a ‘Best Buy’ notice offshore savings account.

Gary Quaggan, Head of Retail Service & Operations, AIB International Savings Limited

Gary Quaggan, Head of Retail Service & Operations, AIB International Savings Limited

The competitive interest rate reflects our ongoing commitment to provide outstanding value products and choice to our customers.

Award winning expat savings bank AIB International Savings has again released a ‘Best Buy’* notice offshore savings account.

The 60 Day Saver account is a variable rate savings account available in Sterling, Euro and US Dollar currencies. AIB International Savings is focused on providing savings accounts with offshore interest rates that are highly competitive in the Offshore Market and the 60 Day Saver is the latest in a strong range of ‘best buy’ savings products available.

Gary Quaggan, Head of Retail Service & Operations at AIB International Savings said, “The 60 Day Saver is already proving popular with expatriate savers. The competitive interest rate reflects our ongoing commitment to provide outstanding value products and choice to our customers.”

The Sterling interest rate is currently 2.60% gross p.a./AER with Euro offering 2.45% gross p.a./AER and US Dollar at 1.90% gross p.a./AER for balances from just 5,000 in the respective currency.

AIB International Savings is based in the Isle of Man and has recently been recognised by Nexus Expat Network as ‘Best Offshore Bank for Expats’ for the eighth successive year. The offshore savings bank provides a range of products from instant access through to fixed term savings accounts for expat savers and Isle of Man residents.

For more information and for full terms and conditions on the 60 Day Saver account available from AIB International Savings visit http://www.aibinternational.co.im.

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