The bank has also improved rates for the three and five-year versions of its Defined Returns Plan, with the three-year offering a potential of 20% (previously 18%) and the five-year option now offering a potential 40% (previously 38.75%) at maturity. Final returns are subject to the FTSE 100 Index finishing same as or higher than its starting level.
“This time last year, the Minimum Return was as low as 23%,” said Colin Dickie, director at Barclays. “From next month we will be offering 30%, l
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