St.George Bank

Term Deposits

For a secure investment with your savings look no further than a St George term deposit. With highly competitive interest rates, low account keeping fees and a range of payment options to choose from their term deposit products could be the ideal product to give your savings a kick-start.

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All rates are based on a balance of $50000 for a term of 3 months.
Company St.George Bank
Nominal Rate 2.40%
Effective Rate 2.42%
Payment Frequency At Maturity
Partial Withdrawal Penalty N/A
Compounding Interest No

Product Features

Can the institution send an email to you on maturity?
Can the institution call you on maturity?
Whether your term deposit account will automatically roll over to a new account with the same term once it reaches maturity if you do not instruct otherwise
Whether the interest dividend can be paid into an account held with another financial instituion
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