At certain stages your business may have a substantial sum of money to put into savings

With a AIB (NI) Fixed Term Deposit Account, you can put away a lump sum for a fixed term and benefit from the security of a fixed rate of interest, regardless of money market fluctuations.  

The minimum deposit to open a Fixed Term Deposit Account is £5000 . There is no maximum balance restriction with this account.

Features and benefits

Fixed Term Deposit Summary Box

This summary box sets out key product features that apply to our Fixed Term Deposit account. You should carefully read this document along with the Fixed Term Deposit Terms and Conditions to allow you make an informed decision as to whether this product is right for you.

If you require this summary box in PDF format, please download here.

Talk to Us

We’re ready to help you start saving today.

Simply call 0345 6005 925† , or drop into any AIB branch. We’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have and help you find the right kind of savings account for your business.

† Lines open: Monday - Friday 09:00 - 17:00 (except on bank holidays). Calls may be recorded. Call charges may vary - refer to your service provider.

Call 0345 6005 925

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Help and Guidance

Terms and conditions
View the Fixed Term Deposit Account terms and conditions.

Fees and Charges
View the price list for business customers.

Savings calculator
Find out how savings can add up

Important information about taxation
Find out how we apply tax on savings in line with current legislation.

Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA)
View information about the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act and how this applies to business customers.

Financial Services Compensation Scheme
Check what protection the Financial Services Compensation Scheme offers you.

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