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A Time Deposit is a wholesale money markets investment which offers a fixed rate of interest for a fixed term. Interest is paid gross on maturity.
Each investment is dealt on a contract basis and as such early withdrawals cannot be made. On maturity the Time Deposit can be renewed at the then current rates.
All kinds of organisations and businesses can invest in a Time Deposit, from large companies and housing associations to local government, charities, trusts and partnerships. How much you can invest and for how long will vary, but you can begin your Time Deposit investment with a minimum of £500,000.
If you would like further information regarding Nationwide’s Time Deposits, please register your details:
All deals need to be booked by telephone on a recorded line by one of Nationwide's money market dealers and an authorised dealer given by the client on the new client information form. The rate and maturity date are agreed at this time and a confirmation of the trade will be sent by email. The depositor will need to arrange a CHAPS payment to Nationwide from the bank account specified on the new client information form. Funds can only be received and returned by Nationwide to this account.
As each investment is a separate contract, it is standard practice for Nationwide to repay by CHAPS the principal and interest to the specified bank details shown on the new client information form. However Nationwide can accept roll-over instructions in relation to a maturing deposit and will endeavour to contact the authorised dealers of the client on the telephone contact details specified on the new client information form before 11.30am on the day of maturity but cannot guarantee to do so. The client is welcome to contact Nationwide money markets dealers on the day of maturity (or a day or two prior to maturity if unavailable on the maturity date) to book a new deal.
This will largely depend on the type of investor and whether compliance checks have already been made by Nationwide's Commercial Division. Assuming the client is new to Nationwide, Treasury Compliance will send out a simple new client information form which will need to be returned to them, in some cases with acceptable forms of identification. Once Treasury Compliance have set up the customer (which normally only takes a few days) deals can then be booked.
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The following are not eligible to claim compensation under the UK Financial Services Compensation Scheme for deposits:-
Large companies*, large mutual associations**, credit institutions, overseas financial services institutions, collective investment schemes operators or trustees, pension and retirement funds and their trustees, supranational institutions, governments, and central administrative authorities, provincial, regional, local and municipal authorities, firms within the Nationwide Building Society Group, persons considered responsible for the default, persons whose claim arises from transactions in connection with which they have been convicted of an offence of money laundering.
*Large companies are defined as firms with at least two of the three criteria: -turnover in excess of £6.5 million, balance sheet total in excess of £3.26 million; and more than 50 employees.
**Large mutual associations hold more than £1.4 million in net assets.