Saving accounts held with or away from the main banking provider in the UK 2014

This statistic presents the share of people who opened their savings account with or away from their main banking provider in the United Kingdom (UK), broken down by the account type. As of June 2014, it was found that the fixed term products were most likely to be held away from the main banking provider (76 percent of the sample).

Distirbution of savings account holders with or away from their main banking provider in the United Kingdom (UK) as of June 2014, by account type

AwayWith
Fixed term bonds76%24%
Notice accounts68%32%
Fixed term Cash ISA61%39%
Children's savings accounts61%39%
Regular Saver46%54%
Easy access Cash ISA46%54%
Easy access accounts38%62%
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Source

Release date

January 2015

Region

United Kingdom

Survey time period

June 2014

Number of respondents

2,996 respondents

Age group

16 years and older

Special properties

consumers who held PCA with their main banking provider

Method of interview

Online survey

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