Fisher & Paykel Finance Term Deposits

Interest Rate:4.00%
Minimum Deposit:$25,000
Maximum Deposit:$250,000
Monthly Service Fee:$0
Your Deposit:$5,000
Your Term:6 months
Term deposits are available for terms from three months to five years. Interest can be either compounded quarterly on the last day of March, June, September and December; or paid quarterly by direct credit to your nominated bank account on the last business day of March, June, September and December. If you require a more frequent income stream, interest can be paid monthly on the last business day of each month on investments of $10,000 and over.
Features
Credit Calculation
The frequency the interest is calculated and accumulated.
Quarterly
Payout Calculation
How often earned interest is paid out and deposited into your account.
Quarterly
Automatic Rollover
New period automatically starts unless you say 'stop'.
 
Maturity Alerts
 
Partial Withdrawal Without Penalty
 
Fees
Setup Fee $0.00
Monthly Service Fee $0.00
Early Withdrawal Fee $0.00
Term Interest Rate
3 months 3.45%
6 months 4.00%
9 months 4.10%
12 months 4.15%
18 months 4.25%
24 months 4.35%
36 months 4.50%
48 months 4.70%
60 months 4.80%
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Fisher & Paykel Finance Term Deposits Term Deposits Info

Fisher & Paykel Finance Term Deposits is a term deposit offered to Kiwis that want to grow their savings at a high interest rate. Your deposit is locked for the chosen term period, and in return you'll receive a higher interest rate compared to an ordinary savings account. Fisher & Paykel Finance offers term deposits and other financial services to the New Zealand public. The credit ratings of the various providers listed on the site vary and therefore also the risk of your investment.

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