Our competitive term deposit interest rates are calculated on a daily basis and interest can be paid at regular intervals or on maturity to any account of your choice.* Learn more about term deposits in our helpful guides and information section.
|1-2 months||1.50% p.a.
|3 months||3.10% p.a.
|4 months||3.30% p.a.|
|5 months||3.50% p.a.
|6 months||4.00% p.a.
|9 months||4.05% p.a.
|12 months||4.25% p.a.
|18 months||4.25% p.a.
|24 months||4.25% p.a.
|36 months||4.30% p.a.
|48 months||4.40% p.a.
|60 months||4.50% p.a.
> Interest is calculated on a daily basis.
> Investors are advised of their options prior to maturity.
> Maximum deposit $1 million per member.
> Minimum deposit is $1,000 for adults and $500 for children under 18 years old.
> These are indicative rates only and may be subject to change without notice.
> Where a term deposit is withdrawn prior to the maturity date, the applicable interest rate will be reduced by up to 2%. The applicable interest rate will not reduce below 0%.
Helpful guides and information
If you’re a Kiwi looking to save, then you’re in luck: you’re positively spoiled for choice. So out of these options, why should you consider a term deposit? And what makes it a great option for New Zealanders saving for anything from a rainy day to retirement? Read on as we explore the benefits a term deposits offers you and your finances.
Do you want to invest in your future and earn high interest on your savings as you do? Whether you’re saving for a car, holiday, a home or retirement, a Term Deposit investment is an easy, risk-free way to earn great rates on your savings. Find out a Term Deposit investment is, how it works, and why it could be the perfect way for you to invest.
Credit Unions currently offer some of the highest returns on investment, but what does this mean for you, your savings, and the return you can expect to receive from a Term Deposit? Read on to find out what these rates mean for you, and how much you can expect to make with the high fixed rate of a Term Deposit Investment.
^Source: as published on www.interest.co.nz as at 23 May 2017.
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