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Police Bank Term Deposits

Police Bank was founded in the 1960’s and continues to run as a co-operative based financial institution. It aims to provide its members and their families with an ever-improving range of personal finance products to secure a comfortable lifestyle. Police Credit Union members are shareholders hold equal voting rights. Any additional proceeds generated are invested back into the credit union to provide more benefits for their members. This includes lower rates on car loans, personal loans and home loans, and more competitive rates on savings accounts and investment products.

Police Bank term deposit interest calculator

Thinking about taking out a term deposit with Police Bank? Use our term deposit calculator to see how much you can earn under different investment scenarios. You can also see how Police Bank term deposits compare with other options.

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FAQs

“Can I negotiate a fixed term deposit rate with the bank?” you may be wondering.

Many banks welcome negotiation when it comes to term deposit rates, especially with deposits of over $100,000. Even if your deposit is lower than $100,000, it may be worth a discussion with your bank.

Negotiating with your bank could secure you a higher fixed rate, which will earn you extra interest over your term. You may also discover bonuses or special offers you can acquire through your bank.

Securing the highest interest rate possible is the key to making the most of your term deposit. You may have compared deposits online or discussed your options with a financial adviser, but you also might be wondering about negotiation in order to get a better rate.

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