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Historic Sterling Interest Rates

Business Deposit Accounts

Business Premium Account
Effective from 2nd November 2017 to 1st August 2018
Balance £ Gross rate % AER %
£9,999,999+ 0.250 0.250
£5,000,000+ 0.250 0.250
£1,000,000+ 0.250 0.250
£500,000+ 0.200 0.200
£100,000+ 0.200 0.200
£1+ 0.200 0.200
Clients' Premium Account
Effective from 2nd November 2017 to 1st August 2018
Balance £ Gross rate % AER %
£1,000,000+ 0.250 0.250
£500,000+ 0.200 0.200
£250,000+ 0.200 0.200
£100,000+ 0.200 0.200
£25,000+ 0.200 0.200
£1+ 0.200 0.200
Clients' Monies Scheme
Effective from 2nd November 2017 to 1st August 2018
Balance £ Gross rate % AER %
£1,000,000+ 0.250 0.250
£500,000+ 0.200
0.200
£250,000+ 0.200 0.200
£100,000+ 0.200 0.200
£25,000+ 0.200 0.200
£1+ 0.200 0.200

Business Current Accounts

Barclays Business Current Account with Credit Interest
Effective from 4th August 2016 to 1st August 2018
Balance £ Gross rate % AER %
£0.01+ 0.050 0.050

Gross is the rate of interest payable without the deduction of tax.

AER (Annual Equivalent Rate) is a notional rate which illustrates the contractual interest rate (excluding any conditional bonus payable) as if paid and compounded on an annual basis.

Important information about tax on interest earned
In accordance with UK tax legislation, from 6 April 2016 interest is paid gross. For UK resident individuals (including sole traders or partnerships), if you are a UK taxpayer you may have to pay tax on interest earned in excess of your Personal Savings Allowance. For information and guidance please refer to HMRC’s website www.hmrc.gov.uk^ (opens in a new window).

The management of your tax affairs is your responsibility, including making any required declarations to the relevant tax authority(ies), where you are tax resident.

Complaints About Our Service
We want to hear from you if you feel unhappy about the service you have received from us. Letting us know your concerns gives us the opportunity to put matters right for you and improve our service to all our customers. If you have reason to complain you may do so in person, in writing by post or email or by telephone. Details of our complaints handling procedures are available on request from any branch, your relationship team or servicing team, the Barclays Information Line on 0800 400 100* or see our complaints commitment.

Financial Ombudsman Service
If we are unable to resolve your complaint internally to your satisfaction, or we have not resolved your complaint within 8 weeks from when you first let us know about your concerns and you are an eligible complainant, you may be able to refer your complaint to the Financial Ombudsman Service, South Quay Plaza, 183 Marsh Wall, London E14 9SR (www.financial-ombudsman.org.uk opens in a new window).

The Financial Ombudsman Service is an organisation set up by law to give consumers a free and independent service for resolving disputes with financial firms. Details of those who are eligible complainants can be obtained from the Financial Ombudsman.