How do we protect your capital?
Interest on savings example
If you were to invest £50,000 over a five-year period, you would receive an interest rate of 9%, generating £375 in interest each month,. This would give you a total return of £22,500 at the end of the five-year period.
As the Bank of England base rate is currently set to just 0.1%, the interest rate that you would receive from a bank will be significantly lower.
The interest rate that you receive will be based on the term and value of your investment – so the more you invest, the more you’ll earn.