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Higher Special 15-Month CD Rate at Synchrony Bank

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Synchrony Bank has made a nice change to their 15-month CD special. The rate was increased by 5 basis points to 1.20% APY. All the other features have remained the same. Minimum deposit is $2,000. Funds must come from sources outside Synchrony Bank. Offer applies to personal accounts only. This rate is accurate as of 7/14/2014.

DETAILSINSTITUTIONAPYMINMAXPRODUCT
Synchrony Bank1.20%$2k-15 Month CD Special - BON12
Learn MoreSponsored Note: Synchrony Bank was formerly GE Capital Retail Bank. FDIC Insured.
Accounts mentioned in this post. Rates as of August 29, 2014

Synchrony Bank has been offering other competitive CDs and savings account for awhile. The bank’s 5-year CD (2.30% APY for $25K+) and 1-year CD (1.10% APY for $25K) remain rate leaders. The bank’s High Yield Savings account has been at 0.95% APY since March which is just 6 basis points under the best comparable savings account. This 0.95% APY applies to all balances.

Bank Overview

In January 2013 MetLife officially became GE Capital Retail Bank, and in June the name was changed again to its current name Synchrony Bank. The products have remained the same including the CDs, IRAs and money market accounts. In addition, they are still offering a free identity theft resolution service for deposit customers.

Synchrony Bank’s main office is located in Draper, Utah. The bank has been around for awhile. It was established with FDIC insurance in 1988. However, it has not been in the retail deposit-taking business before the MetLife Bank acquisition. Its business focus has been on providing customized credit programs to retailers and consumers.

The bank has an overall health grade at DepositAccounts.com of an A+, with a Texas ratio of 7.62% (excellent) based on March 2014 data. Please refer to our financial overview of Synchrony Bank for more details.


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