Deposit Products

Deposit Products

Bank of Baroda UK Operations offers a range of deposit accounts tailored to suit different needs.

You can choose from our various deposit plans - Savings, Current and Fixed Deposit depending on the term period, nature of deposit and its unique saving and withdrawal features.

Apart from competitive interest rates and convenient withdrawal options, our deposit plans offer other features such as free Net Banking – a view based transaction and balance viewing facility on Internet and free Debit Card.

Summary Box of Deposit Products

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Savings Bank Account

Saving Bank Account is an ideal account to meet your every day banking needs. It is suitable for Residents and Non Residents, Charities, Clubs, Association and Trusts. This account is an option to cultivate the habit of banking and saving.

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Baroda Smart Sweep

Baroda Smart Sweep is a Savings Bank product with an auto sweep facility to short-term deposits. The product has 2 components - a savings bank component and a fixed deposit component.

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Current Account

Current Deposits is ideal for firm, companies, institutions, individuals etc., who need frequent banking facility. This is one of the most basic and flexible deposit options.

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Fixed Deposits

Ideal to earn higher rate of interest, if you can spare money for a specified period of time. The period ranges from one month to 60 months as decided by the Depositor. This deposit plan offer convenient solutions to both working individuals as well as senior citizens. These products facilitate you to enjoy security and competitive rates of interest on your deposits.

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Baroda Monthly & Annual

Baroda Monthly is a deposit product that enables customers to earn monthly interest on their fixed deposits. This product facilitates customers in meeting their recurring monthly expenses.

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Financial Services Compensation Scheme

Bank of Baroda is a FCA/PRA regulated Bank and a member of the Financial Services Compensation Scheme established under the Financial Services and Market Act 2000.

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