Earn profit on your savings and have access 24/7.
- The expected profit rate is 0.55% annual equivalent (where profit is reinvested and paid on maturity)
- Profits paid can be taken quarterly. For customers who choose to do this, the gross per annum expected return is 0.55%
- Requires a minimum deposit of £5,000 over a period of 1 year
- Your money is invested ethically. We invest in Sharia compliant goods and services and, for example, do not invest in alcohol or tobacco
- Deposits must be made via a direct account transfer or a cheque from an account in your name
- At maturity, you can transfer out the funds to an account in your name
|Account name||12 Month Fixed Term Deposit|
|What is the expected profit rate?||
0.55% (gross per annum)
Your profit is calculated and paid to your nominated account on a quarterly basis.
|Can Al Rayan Bank change the expected profit rate?||
The expected profit rate that applies to your Fixed Term Deposit Account is agreed at the outset.
If for any reason Al Rayan Bank believes it will not be able to meet the expected profit rate, we will write to you and you will be able to take back your deposit with all the profit earned to date.
|What would be the estimated balance on maturity||
If on account opening you deposited £5,000 into your 12 Month Fixed Term Deposit Account the estimated balance on the maturity of your account would be £5,027.56.
This is for illustrative purposes only and does not take into account your individual circumstances.
|How do I open and manage my account?||You can open and manage your account online, over the phone, or at a branch. The minimum deposit required for this account is £5,000 and you can only fund your account via a direct account transfer or a cheque from an account in your name. Al Rayan Bank doesn't accept third party transfers.
You can make a deposit in any of the following ways:
Our secure Mobile Banking app enables you to:
To dowload the app click here
|Can I withdraw money?||
No. When your Fixed Term Deposit Account matures, we will take one of the following options:
We will write to you in advance of the maturity of your account balance to confirm what you would like us to do on maturity.
If you need to contact us for any reason you can
|Your right to cancel||
Once you have paid your deposit into your Fixed Term Deposit Account, you will not be able to close the account or withdraw any of your funds before the date of maturity.
|Additional information||As an Islamic Bank, we do not offer you interest on your funds, instead, we undertake Sharia compliant activities with the intention of generating profit.|
Funding your account
You can fund your savings account either by direct account transfer or a cheque from an account in your name. Whichever method you choose, you will need to make a note of the following:
- Your account number, which is a unique eight-digit number.
- Your reference number, which is a unique six-digit number preceded by the letters ‘LIB’
You’ll find your account number and reference number in your Welcome Letter, which you will receive a few days after opening your account, and on the ‘Next Steps’ and ‘Final Stage’ screens of an online application.
Funding your account by transfer
Please pay your deposit using the following information:
- Account name: the name of the account holder
- Sort code: 30-00-83
- Account number: ********
- Reference Number: LIB******
Funding your account by cheque
You can deposit a cheque in person at one our branches.
Please note we can only accept payments from an account in your name.
Terms and conditions
For your own benefit and protection, you should carefully read the following important leaflets before you complete the application:
The following information leaflets should also be read:
- Fixed term deposit account
- Proof of identity
- Personal banking
- Tariff list for personal banking
- Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS)
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