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Given the sheer number of ventures Sir Richard Branson has taken on, it’s perhaps no surprise he started a financial services business in the 1990s.
Virgin Money then became a fully licensed high street bank nearly a decade ago, after buying out the Church House Trust and taking over the ailing Northern Rock.
Sir Richard has now sold his stake and the company is under new ownership. The takeover by the Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banking Group (CYBG) has made it the UK’s sixth-largest bank.
If you’re thinking about opening a Virgin Money savings account, here are its interest rates, fees, and pros and cons.
Fixed rate ISAs
Double Take E-ISA
Help to Buy ISA
Fixed rate E-Bond
Virgin Atlantic Savings Account
Saving to Buy Account
Yes. Virgin Money offers two young saver options. The Young Saver and Fred the Red Young Saver. They are essentially the same, but the Fred the Red option gives you 10 entries into the Man United monthly prize draws.
First things first, you need to work out what you’re looking for in a savings account. How often will you want to take money out? Can you afford to stash away large amounts?
Once you’ve worked out your financial situation, it’s useful to look at:
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