The £1 million Premium Bonds jackpot winners come from Surrey and Wiltshire in May 2021. 436VB112388 was the first Bond number drawn and it belongs to a male from Surrey. The man purchased his winning Bond in February 2021 and he holds a total of £43,590 in Premium Bonds. The win means that the man is the 26th Premium Bonds jackpot winner from Surrey.
The Premium Bonds £1 million jackpot winners for April 2021 come from Cumbria and Lothian. The first Bond number drawn was 323PN679583 and it belongs to a female from Cumbria. The winning Bond is part of a £50,000 holding and was purchased in February 2018. The win makes the woman the eighth Premium Bonds millionaire from Cumbria.
NS&I has confirmed today that it has exercised an option to extend, by two years, its contract with Matrix Capital to provide an advisory service to Premium Bonds jackpot winners. The contract with Matrix Capital will now run until 31 March 2023. To ensure that high quality financial advice is available to each Premium Bonds £1 million jackpot winner, NS&I offers a financial advisory service provided by an advice firm. It is up to each monthly jackpot winner to decide whether or not to…
NS&I launches transformation programme and publishes Prior Information Notice for new operational contracts
NS&I has today announced plans to transform its business and has published a Prior Information Notice (PIN) to notify the market that a series of procurement exercises for NS&I’s operational services are planned to start in summer 2021. NS&I’s new Rainbow programme will transform the business and transition NS&I to a multi-supplier operating model, with all procurement to be completed by 2024.
2020-21 Net Financing full year forecast: £20.0 billion, against the revised target of £35 billion (within a range of £30 billion to £40 billion) set in July 2020 2021-22 Net Financing target: £6 billion (within a range of £3 billion to £9 billion) As included in today’s Budget, NS&I’s Net Financing forecast for 2020-21 is £20.0 billion, against the revised target of £35 billion, within a range of £30 billion to £40 billion, set in July 2020.
The £1 million Premium Bonds jackpot winners for March come from Bristol and Kent. 306PG138556 was the first Bond number drawn and it belongs to a female from Bristol. The winning Bond forms part of a £50,000 holding and was purchased in July 2017. The win makes the woman the tenth jackpot winner from Bristol. The second Bond number drawn was 307PX582004 and it belongs to a woman in Kent. She holds £40,002 in Premium Bonds and the winning Bond was also purchased in July 2017. The win makes…
February’s £1 million Premium Bonds winners come from Inner London and North Yorkshire. The first Bond number drawn was 398WP403111. The Bond is part of a £50,000 holding and belongs to a man from Inner London. He purchased his winning Bond in June 2020. The win makes the man the sixth £1 million Premium Bonds jackpot winner from Inner London.
Q3 2020-21 Net Financing of -£9.5 billion (minus £9.5 billion) At 31 December 2020, Net Financing total of £28.8 billion, against a whole-year target of £35 billion, in a range of £30 billion to £40 billion NS&I today published its unaudited quarterly results for the third quarter (October-December 2020) of the financial year 2020-21. Net Financing for the quarter was -£9.5 billion, giving a year-to-date total of £28.8 billion.
The first Premium Bonds millionaires of 2021 come from West Scotland and Barnet. 330VT557685 was the first Bonds number drawn and belongs to a woman from West Scotland. Her winning Bond was purchased in May 2018 and is part of a £50,000 holding. The Premium Bonds jackpot win makes the woman the second winner from West Scotland. 2021’s second Premium Bonds millionaire is a woman from Barnet. Her Bond number 135RY390643 is part of a £20,000 holding and was purchased in January 2008. The win…
NS&I has today announced that it will delay the phasing out of Premium Bonds prize warrants (like a cheque) until the spring of 2021, because of the difficulties some customers have had when trying to register their bank account details. Previously, NS&I was due to begin phasing out the use of Premium Bonds prize warrants from the December 2020 prize draw, with the last prize warrants being sent in February 2021; however, this will now be delayed.