What would you do with £1 million? That’s a question two lucky winners are going to have to answer as Agent Million visits both Kent and York to deliver May’s Premium Bonds jackpot prizes.
This month, the lucky Premium Bond holder from Kent held the maximum value of £50,000 and bought their winning Bond (210VY427248) in August 2013.
Agent Million also ventured to York. The lucky jackpot winner there holds £45,000 worth of Premium Bonds and bought the winning Bond (152JH073647) in February…
Contract extension will build on digital capability and continue to deliver value for money for taxpayers.
NS&I has today (4 April 2019) confirmed that it is exercising the option to extend its operational services contract with Atos by an additional three years, following the end of the principal contract period from 2014-2021. The contract extension was signed on 28 March 2019 and means that the relationship between NS&I and Atos will continue until 2024.
From 1 May 2019, new issues of 1 year and 3 year Guaranteed Growth Bonds and Guaranteed Income Bonds will be on sale with a revised customer agreement (terms and conditions).
The current interest rates, and the holding limit of £10,000 for both Guaranteed Growth Bonds and Guaranteed Income Bonds, will be unchanged.
1-year Guaranteed Growth Bond will continue to pay an interest rate of 1.50% gross/AER, while the 3-year Bond will continue to pay 1.95% gross/AER.
NS&I has today published its unaudited quarterly results for the third quarter (October to December 2018) of the financial year 2018-19. NS&I delivered £3.3 billion of Net Financing in Q3 2018-19, giving a year-to-date total of £8.9 billion.
Lorna Kujawa, Assistant Retail Director at NS&I, and Ben Murphy, Director of Digital and Innovation at Atos UK & Ireland, write about how we came together to become one of the first financial organisations in the UK to use voice technology on Alexa.
NS&I research has shown the enduring influence of our parents on building long term savings habits and the financial as well as emotional bonds between the generations.
50% of Britons had a savings account opened for them by their parent or guardian when they were a child, with just over half of over 16s (51%) saving regularly as a child, either by themselves or parents investing on their behalf and almost two thirds of over 16s (62%) saving regularly into adulthood.