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Investec Prime Saver Savings Account


Type Floating
Rate 6.96%
Currency ZAR

The Investec PrimeSaver is an instant access savings account that allows immediate access to a funds balance,no monthly fee charges and a premium prime-linked rate that is calculated everyday and paid monthly on the capital balance in the account. The rate indicated is applicable up to Up to R25 000 000 and is period effective.


The rate of 6.96% is 2.68% higher than the average 4.28%. Also it is -6.96 % lower than the highest rate. Updated Aug, 2017

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The Investec PrimeSaver is an instant access savings account that allows immediate access to a funds balance,no monthly fee charges and a premium prime-linked rate that is calculated everyday and paid monthly on the capital balance in the account. The rate indicated is applicable up to Up to R25 000 000 and is period effective.


The rate of 6.96% is 2.68% higher than the average 4.28%. Also it is -6.96 % lower than the highest rate . Updated Aug, 2017

on Investec's secure website

Type Floating
Rate 6.96%
Currency ZAR

Compare Investec Saving rates

Account Name Rate
Investec 1 Month Fixed Deposit 6.80%
Investec 3 Month Fixed Deposit 7.00%
Investec 1 Year Fixed Deposit 7.74%

Compare Saving rates in South Africa

Account Name Rate
African Bank 7 Day Notice Account 7.28%
Nedbank Money Market Account 6.50%
Capitec Bank Savings Account 5.65%

Investec Discussion

  • Q: Re your Investec Prime Saver Savings Account. 1. Is there a minimum amount to be retained in the account? 2. Is it possible to do internet banking from this account? Thank you

    Reply Irena from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • Q: how do i open prime saver account and other information with this regards?

    Reply Perceval from Johannesburg, South Africa
  • Q: I am interested in the prime saver account. How do I go about opening this account? Can I draw money from an atm when necessary, and which atm would I use? What is the minimum Opening balance?

    Reply Coyla from Durban, South Africa
  • Q: I would like to know the minimum amount to invest in the prime saver account. I would also like to know how Ofter I can add funds to the savings account

    Reply Jaco from Saudi Arabia
  • Q: Is it a pure savings account - not linked to a money market type of savings account. Can anyone draw money off it like in the ABSA - African Bank issue?

    Reply Marilyn from Johannesburg, South Africa