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Lowest ever Personal Loan rates from Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banks

19 October 2015

Clydesdale Bank and Yorkshire Bank today, 19th October 2015, announced new, lowest ever rates for unsecured personal loans between £5,000 and £25,000.

From today, loans from £7,500 to £15,000 will be available from 3.5% APR*, the Banks’ lowest ever rate. All of the new rates are available to new and existing customers for loans with terms between 1 and 5 years (see Editors’ Notes).

Key Features:

  • 4.3% APR* for loans from £5,000 to £7,499 (*Terms and Conditions apply)
  • 3.5% APR* for loans from £7,500 to £15,000 (*Terms and Conditions apply)
  • 3.7% APR* for loans greater than £15,000 (*Terms and Conditions apply)
  • A fixed interest rate over the term of the loan
  • Rates available Online, in Branch and via Telephone
  • Choice of loan terms
  • Available for new and existing customers
  • Most applicants will have an instant decision
  • Online applications can be saved for up to 30 days
  • Full early repayment & partial early settlement options available
  • Loans calculator for a quick personal quote

For further information on personal loans or other products available, customers can contact 0800 707 6471, (opening hours 8am-8pm Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm Sat, 10am-4pm Sun.) or visit, and for Yorkshire Bank,

Steve Fletcher, Director, Retail Banking at Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banks, said:

“With Christmas just around the corner, many families will be taking the sensible step of organising their finances now to ensure they can enjoy the season in the best way possible while keeping within a budget. Whether it is bringing down the cost of existing borrowings, spreading the cost of a winter break or covering one of those unexpected winter bills, these lower rates could be a great option for many families.”

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