Corporate Savings & Investments
We know that bank accounts are important to meet the short-term cash flow needs of your business. However, you may have noticed that the interest you’re earning isn’t very high right now. It’s not surprising that 68% of Irish companies are dissatisfied with the rate of interest on their bank deposits1. If this sounds like you it may be time to switch to Aviva.
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Important information to consider.
Warning: If you invest in this product you may lose some of all of the money you invest.
Warning: The value of your investment may go down as well as up.
Warning: These product may be affected by changes in currency exchange rates.
1.Source: B&A business barometer research undertaken for Aviva (survey of 350 business owners between 27 October and 10 November 2016). Qualifying terms and conditions apply to fixed deposits. When you invest in a bank deposit account, the value of your savings will not fall. The interest earned in a fixed term deposit account is guaranteed. When you invest in a deposit account you may qualify for compensation under the Deposit Guarantee Scheme if the bank is unable to meet their obligations to you. A life assurance levy of 1% is chargeable on all premiums invested through Aviva’s Regular Saver and Investment Bond.
The information provided is accurate at time this web copy was created in August 2017. You should not base your decision to invest solely on this information. You should seek professional tax and legal advice to satisfy yourself of your own tax position. This information given is a guideline only.
Aviva Life & Pensions Ireland Designated Activity Company, a private company limited by shares. Registered in Ireland No. 165970. Registered office at One Park Place, Hatch Street, Dublin 2, D02 E651. Aviva Life & Pensions Ireland Designated Activity Company, trading as Aviva Life & Pensions Ireland and Friends First, is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland. Tel (01) 898 7950.