Investec Savings Re-Opens Flexible E-ASY Access Account With Competitive Rate

Investec Savings has re-opened the E-asy Access Account with a competitive interest rate and a unique set of features, tailored to give clients greater flexibility.

The Investec E-asy Access Account has a competitive rate of 1.14% / 1.15% gross p.a. (variable) / AER* and offers clients a unique combination of features, giving them the flexibility to manage their money in the way that best suits them.

Key features of the product include:

  • No limit to the number of withdrawals a client can make
  • Allows payments to and from third-parties
  • Easy online application and management via the Investec app

Linda Brown, Head of Investec Savings said “The E-asy Access Account embodies the Investec belief that clients should be given the opportunity to shape their savings product to suit their needs. We believe that allowing clients to make withdrawals when they need them, and allowing 3rd party payments, gives them the flexibility to save at their convenience.

“The re-opening of this account comes at a really exciting time for Investec Savings, we are currently focusing on delivering innovative new products that are designed to place greater control in the hands of the client.”


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The E-asy Access Account has a minimum initial deposit level of £25,000 (there are no restrictions on subsequent deposits), and a maximum balance of £250,000. Clients must be individuals based in the UK, and aged 16 and over to open an account.  Further terms and conditions apply.

New and existing Investec clients can visit for more information, and to apply.

*AER stands for the Annual Equivalent Rate and illustrates what the interest rate would be if interest was paid and compounded once a year. The AER is intended to be an indicative rate to enable comparison of the return on different savings products.